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Nutrient intake and hormonal status of premenopausal vegetarian Seventh-day Adventists and premenopausal nonvegetarians.
Nutr Cancer. 1983; 4(4):247-59.NC

Abstract

The relationship between dietary nutrients and plasma estrone, estradiol-17 beta, estriol, dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate, and prolactin levels was investigated in 14 premenopausal Seventh-day Adventist vegetarian (SV) women and 9 premenopausal non-Seventh-day Adventist nonvegetarian (NV) women. The SV subjects consumed less fat, especially saturated fat, and used significantly less fried food than the NV subjects. Plasma levels of estrone and estradiol-17 beta in the SV subjects were significantly lower than in the NV subjects. SV estradiol-17 beta and estriol levels were positively correlated with linoleic acid and protein intake, while NV prolactin levels were significantly correlated with intakes of oleic and linoleic acids and total fat. The data suggest that specific dietary nutrients were related to the hormonal milieu of these SV and NV subjects.

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Journal Article
Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S.

Language

eng

PubMed ID

6224137

Citation

Shultz, T D., and J E. Leklem. "Nutrient Intake and Hormonal Status of Premenopausal Vegetarian Seventh-day Adventists and Premenopausal Nonvegetarians." Nutrition and Cancer, vol. 4, no. 4, 1983, pp. 247-59.
Shultz TD, Leklem JE. Nutrient intake and hormonal status of premenopausal vegetarian Seventh-day Adventists and premenopausal nonvegetarians. Nutr Cancer. 1983;4(4):247-59.
Shultz, T. D., & Leklem, J. E. (1983). Nutrient intake and hormonal status of premenopausal vegetarian Seventh-day Adventists and premenopausal nonvegetarians. Nutrition and Cancer, 4(4), 247-59.
Shultz TD, Leklem JE. Nutrient Intake and Hormonal Status of Premenopausal Vegetarian Seventh-day Adventists and Premenopausal Nonvegetarians. Nutr Cancer. 1983;4(4):247-59. PubMed PMID: 6224137.
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