FOR REDUCING CHOLESTEROL: Spreads and margarines
- Butter or Margarine? // Journal of Environmental Health;Jan/Feb1999, Vol. 61 Issue 6, EH Update p37
Provides information on a study which compared the effects of butter and two types of margarine on blood cholesterol. Contents of the two margarine products; Results of the study; Conclusion.
- cholesterol. Cromie, Carol; Roberts, Lyn // Good Medicine (Australian Consolidated Press);Mar2005, p1
Provides information on cholesterol. Importance of regular blood cholesterol testing; Factors that can affect the blood cholesterol level; Treatments for high cholesterol; Dietary solution to lower blood cholesterol, including the use of margarine spreads. INSETS: Measuring cholesterol;A...
- How much to worry about which margarine you use. // Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter;Jan99, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p3
Unveils the results of a study which shows that both tub margarine and trans-free tub margarine significantly improved blood cholesterol levels over butter. Cholesterol-lowering differences between the regular margarine and the spread without trans fatty acids; Use of soft tub margarine in...
- Sterol-Containing Margarines and Lower Cholesterol Levels. Walling, Anne D. // American Family Physician;9/1/2000, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p1161
Presents a study by M. Law that reviewed the results of randomized trials to assess the ability of margarine or butter containing plant stanol or sterols to lower serum cholesterol concentrations. Description of the study and its results; Conclusion that adding plant sterols and stanols to food...
- Margarine Misgivings. Kluger, Jeffrey // Time;7/5/1999, Vol. 154 Issue 1, p63
Reports on a study on cardiac risk published in a 1999 issue of `New England Journal of Medicine.' Research at Boston, Massachusetts' Tufts University on the effect of butter substitutes or margarine on blood cholesterol; The trans-fatty acids configuration's impact on beneficial...
- Margarine Misgivings. Kluger, Jeffrey // Time International (South Pacific Edition);7/5/1999, Issue 27, p40
Reports on a study on cardiac risk published in a 1999 issue of `New England Journal of Medicine.' Research at Boston, Massachusetts' Tufts University on the effect of butter substitutes or margarine on blood cholesterol; Impact of the trans-fatty acids configuration on beneficial...
- No Such Thing as Unhealthy Foods. Stanton, John // Food Processing (00156523);Jan2014, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p82
In this article, the author presents his views on making delicious food without trying to impress the healthy people. Topics discussed include using margarine instead of bread, peoples' concerns regarding the impact of dietary cholesterol on serum cholesterol and National Health and Nutrition...
- Hip way to brew coffee not so cool. // Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter;Mar97, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
Presents the results of a study conducted by scientists in the Netherlands revealing that drinking pressed coffee raises blood cholesterol. Lack of filters in cafeterias as main cause of raised cholesterol levels.
- Watch cholesterol. // Finance Week;03/30/2001, p50
Provides information on cholesterol and ways of reducing its levels in the body. Dangers posed by high cholesterol on health; Ways of reducing blood cholesterol levels; Cholesterol-free food.