The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Posted By: JFS
Todd, the paper to which you refer was published with a half dozen companion papers which all seem to reach slightly different conclusions. It's not clear to me that we can disregard dietary AA. (These links should open in a second window.)
The effect of dietary arachidonic acid on plasma lipoprotein distributions, apoproteins, blood lipid levels, and tissue fatty acid composition in humans
The effect of dietary arachidonic acid on platelet function, platelet fatty acid composition, and blood coagulation in humans
Increased dietary arachidonic acid enhances the synthesis of vasoactive eicosanoids in humans
Same authors - same study - same issue of same journal - what the heck is going on?
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