|1.||Mancera, Juan M: 4 articles (01/2016 - 08/2003)|
|2.||Míguez, Jesús M: 4 articles (02/2007 - 10/2004)|
|3.||Soengas, José L: 4 articles (02/2007 - 08/2003)|
|4.||Laiz-Carrión, Raúl: 3 articles (01/2016 - 08/2003)|
|5.||Arjona, Francisco J: 3 articles (01/2016 - 09/2006)|
|6.||Sangiao-Alvarellos, Susana: 3 articles (10/2006 - 10/2004)|
|7.||Guimarães, Marcela Rodrigues Moreira: 2 articles (10/2015 - 01/2007)|
|8.||Murad, Leonardo Borges: 2 articles (10/2015 - 01/2007)|
|9.||Hahn, Kevin A: 2 articles (08/2015 - 08/2015)|
|10.||Floerchinger, Amanda M: 2 articles (08/2015 - 08/2015)|
12/01/1992 - "The mean weight gain per day, weight gain per kg per day (19.47 +or- 8.67 g/day or 13.91 g/day), and mean weekly increment in skinfold thickness were significantly greater in the coconut oil group as compared to controls (p 0.05). "
02/01/2015 - "The feeding trial showed that dietary coconut oil had no effect on weight gain, feed intake or feed conversion. "
08/01/1996 - "Feeding of coconut oil diets significantly reduced weight gain of the rats, an effect attributable to a lower food intake. "
12/01/1992 - "The mean weight gain was highest and significantly higher than the controls in the Coconut oil group (19.47 +/- 8.67 g/day or 13.91 g/day). "
06/01/2004 - "Dietary linseed oil vs. coconut oil significantly enhanced daily weight gain and vs. fish oil it also stimulated growth, but this effect just failed to reach statistical significance. "
07/01/1988 - "There was a significant reduction in total aortic atherosclerosis in fish oil-fed animals compared with coconut oil fed animals."
03/01/1973 - "Filled milks, coconut oil, and atherosclerosis."
05/01/1963 - "[On the possibility of reproducing experimental atherosclerosis in rabbits by coconut oil administration]."
01/01/1989 - "To study the effect of selective alpha 1-inhibition on atherogenesis, gerbils and hamsters were fed rodent chow containing 0.2% cholesterol and 10% coconut oil (by weight). "
05/01/2006 - "Experimentally induced atherosclerosis was produced by feeding rats a diet enriched in coconut oil (25% by weight) and cholesterol (2% by weight) for 21 days. "
01/01/2002 - "This study shows that supplementation of 10-20% coconut oil to the diet induced a significant hypercholesterolemia under postprandial conditions. "
03/01/2002 - "Coconut oil induced a clear hypercholesterolemia under both feeding conditions. "
06/01/1997 - "Supplementation of coconut oil to the diet for 1-2 weeks produced a significant hypercholesterolemia in 14-day-old chicks. "
04/01/1996 - "Supplementation of 10 or 20% coconut oil in the diet for 1-2 weeks produced a significant hypercholesterolemia in neonatal chicks. "
01/01/1990 - "Hypercholesterolemia was induced by both experimental diets, although the coconut-oil diet resulted in higher levels. "
08/01/1958 - "Dietary control of essential hyperlipemia; effect of dairy foods, phospholipid, coconut oil, and alcohol."
01/01/2005 - "Hyperlipidemia and related oxidative effects were more pronounced in coconut oil fed rats than those fed sesame oil. "
05/01/1990 - "Postprandial lipemia and lipoprotein lipase in the rabbit are modified by olive and coconut oil."
06/01/2013 - "Chronic hyperlipidemia in mice was produced by feeding a high-diet, a mixture of cholesterol (2 % w/w), cholic acid (1 % w/w) and coconut oil 30 % (v/w) with standard powdered standard animal chow (up to 100 g). "
11/01/1983 - "The model of alimentary hyperlipidemia consisting of feeding rats for 14 days with a diet containing coconut oil (10 g/kg/day), cholesterol (4 g/kg/day) and cholic acid (0.2 g/kg/day) is proposed."
05/01/2015 - "No adverse effects such as local irritation or local infection were observed among newborns receiving coconut oil applications. "
06/01/2007 - "Coconut oil should be used in the treatment of fungal infections in view of emerging drug-resistant Candida species."
06/01/1996 - "In the second experiment replacing animal fat by coconut oil resulted in improved fat digestion during the coccidiosis infection. "
07/01/2012 - "There was no significant difference in prevalence of infection among coconut oil users and castor oil users. "
|2.||Fatty Acids (Saturated Fatty Acids)
|3.||Dietary Fats (Ghee)
|4.||Mineral Oil (Liquid Paraffin)
|8.||Corn Oil (Oil, Corn)
|10.||Unsaturated Fatty Acids (Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids)
|2.||Phototherapy (Light Therapy)
|3.||Fat-Restricted Diet (Diet, Fat Restricted)