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Aim. The aim was to evaluate the association between polymorphisms -113C>T (rs662799) and 56C>G (rs3135506) and plasmatic triglycerides levels in adults. Methods. A randomized clinical trial of 44 subjects from two hospital centers from Madrid (Spain). Anthropometric survey, blood test genetic analysis and an Ad hoc survey (lifestyle habits: nutrition, physical activity, sleep) were conducted. Results. No statistically significant differences were observed between polymorphism 113G>T or 56C>Gdoi:10.19230/jonnpr.2016.1.1.932 doaj:dcca249f77144fb7becb1937ef27bfee fatcat:ppqccl24grfsbcevz3xpmqwihi