Articolo L’altra Medicina N. 100 – 11/2020

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(a) Ancora minori sono i livelli degli stanoli, la forma

satura degli steroli.

(b) Alte dosi di steroli, inoltre, riducono l’assorbimento

dei carotenoidi.

(c) Anche altri trapib hanno dato risultati fallimentari:

dalcetrapib (N Engl J Med 2012); o evacetrapib (NY Times 4-4-2016), che non ha dato nessun beneficio, pur riducendo il cLDL del 37%.

alimenti INRAN

Tipo         Acido linoleico

di olio      (g/100 g olio)*

Cartamo**            75

Vinacciolo             68

Germe grano        54

Soia                           51

Mais                         50

Girasole                  50

Arachide                28

EV Oliva                    7

*da Tabelle di composizione alimenti (ex)INRAN

** da Ramsden. BMJ 2013.