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人工營養兒와 母乳營養兒의 血淸 Cholesterol 値의 差異에 關하여

A Study on the Serum Cholesterol of Children fed with Cow´s Milk and Breast Milk

소아과 1969년 10권 12호 p.1 ~ 3
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成樂潤/Sung, N.Y.

Abstract


Among various possible factors in determining the serum total cholesterol level, dietary factor is considered as one of the important. The high serum cholesterol contents of Caucasians, as compared with those of Koreans, could also well be dietary in origin. Because of the frequent milk-feeding which prevails in the Caucasians, the serum cholesterol contents are usually high in their infants, for the cow´s milk contains more cholesterol than the breast milk. The author studied the serum cholesterol contents in Korean infants upto 36 months of age, and obtained results as follows:
1. The serum total cholesterol level was stationary in breast-fed infants until the age of 24 mom ths, whereas a marked, gradual increase was observed in the milk-fed.
2. The discrepancy in serum total cholesterol content between the breast-and cow´s, milk-fed infants emerged from around 6?12 th month on.

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