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Behaviour influences cholesterol plasma levels in a pig model
Little is known about the relationship between feed intake behaviour and cholesterol levels in humans. This can be attributed to the fact that feed intake behaviour in humans is difficult to assess. The relationships between feed intake, feed efficiency and feed intake behaviour, and cholesterol and triglyceride levels were investigated at an average age of 187 days, in a pig model consisting of 202 Duroc barrows. Feed intake and feed intake behaviour were recorded individually and daily bydoi:10.1017/s1751731107000018 pmid:22444751 fatcat:aa5wcrfgq5eizn5gyy4vd3h3rm