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The Tromsø Heart Study: Coffee Consumption And Serum Lipid Concentrations In Men With Hypercholesterolaemia: A Randomised Intervention Study
Olav Helge Førde, Synnøve Fønnebø Knutsen, Egil Arnesen and Dag Steinar Thelle
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition)
Vol. 290, No. 6472 (Mar. 23, 1985), pp. 893-895
Published by: BMJ
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/29518669
Page Count: 3
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In a 10 week trial to assess the effects of coffee consumption and coffee brewing methods on serum cholesterol concentrations 33 men with hypercholesterolaemia were randomly assigned to: continue with their usual coffee intake; stop drinking coffee altogether; or stop drinking coffee for five weeks, thereafter drinking either boiled or filter coffee. Cholesterol concentrations fell significantly in all subjects abstaining for the first five weeks compared with subjects not giving up and continued to fall in those abstaining for 10 weeks. Cholesterol concentrations rose again in subjects returning to boiled coffee but remained the same in those returning to filter coffee. Abstention from heavy coffee drinking is an efficient way of reducing serum cholesterol concentrations in men with hypercholesterolaemia. The extent to which the brewing method affects this relation requires further study.
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition) © 1985 BMJ