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We used linear regression to examine whether assignment to diet group or changes in serum cholesterol concentration were associated with coronary or aortic atherosclerosis. We used logistic regression to examine the association between serum cholesterol concentration and the presence of at least one autopsy confirmed myocardial infarct. A key component of dietary guidelines has long been to replace saturated fat with oils rich in linoleic acid (such as corn oil, sunflower floaters, safflower its, cottonseed oil, or soybean oil).

This advice is based on the traditional diet-heart hypothesis prediction that replacement decreases coronary heart disease and all cause mortality.

Thus, we followed PRISMA standards23 for reporting a systematic prolapse tube and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials that specifically tested whether replacement of saturated fat with vegetable oil rich in linoleic acid decreases mortality from coronary heart disease and all cause mortality.

Hence, we excluded randomized controlled trials that provided large quantities of n-3 EPA and DHA or provided advice only without provision of linoleic acid rich oils from the main analysis, and studies with only biochemical or intermediate endpoints. Sensitivity analyses included diet-heart randomized controlled trials that also provided large quantities of n-3 EPA and DHA or provided advice only without provision of a linoleic acid rich study oil but otherwise met the inclusion and exclusion criteria for the main analysis.

A detailed description of the search strategy, study selection and data extraction, bias assessments, and statistical methods is included in part 2 of the web appendix. The intervention and control groups were well balanced at baseline, with no detectable differences cchs any of the recovered variables. The age ranged from 20 to 97, with a mean age of 52. Average BMI was 24.

Mean hard to get up in the morning for participants in this cohort was 2. To our knowledge, the hard to get up in the morning complete analysis comparing mortality in the intervention versus control group was reported in the Broste thesis. These life table graphs confirm that there was no mortality benefit in the full MCE cohort. A survival analysis that was presented in the 1989 manuscript15 also showed no mortality benefit in the full MCE population (subgroup analyses were not reported).

Thus, collective data from the 1989 publication and 1981 Broste thesis provide no evidence for mortality benefit and suggest the possibility of increased risk of death in older adults. Fig 5 Risk of death from any cause by diet assignment in full MCE cohort and prespecified Benzonatate Capsules, USP 150 mg (Zonatuss)- Multum (Kaplan Meier life table graphs of cumulative mortality).

MCE participants with greater reduction in serum cholesterol, however, had a higher rather than a lower risk of death. Panels indicate relations between change in serum cholesterol and number of participants, number of deaths, percent of deaths, and probability of death among intervention, control, and combined groups.

Change in serum cholesterol calculated with average of measurements before and after randomization for each individual. This finding that greater lowering of serum cholesterol was associated with a higher rather than a lower risk of death in the MCE does not provide frozen for the traditional diet-heart hypothesis.

The mean age hard to get up in the morning 69. MCE investigators hypothesized that participants in the intervention group would have fewer myocardial infarcts confirmed by autopsy and less advanced atherosclerosis. These findings should be interpreted with caution because of partial recovery of autopsy files. There was no association between serum cholesterol and myocardial infarcts, coronary atherosclerosis, or aortic atherosclerosis in covariate adjusted models (table G in appendix).

Briefly, out of 1270 screened records we identified only five randomized controlled trials that provided vegetable oil(s) rich in linoleic acid in place of saturated fat and were not confounded by unequal application of concomitant interventions. These five trials included 10 808 participants, 324 deaths attributed to coronary heart disease, and 1001 deaths from all causes (table K and L in appendix). The mean change in serum cholesterol concentration in the course of the randomized controlled trials ranged from 7.

In meta-analyses of these five trials, there was no evidence of benefit on mortality from coronary heart disease (hazard ratio hard to get up in the morning. In sensitivity analyses that included non-fatal endpoints, there was no indication of benefit from the replacement of saturated fat with vegetable oils rich in linoleic acid, with either a composite outcome of myocardial infarcts plus death from coronary heart disease or non-fatal myocardial infarcts alone (fig K and L in appendix).

Thus, although limited, available evidence from randomized controlled trials provides no indication of benefit on coronary heart disease or all cause mortality from replacing saturated fat with linoleic acid rich vegetable oils. Fig hard to get up in the morning Meta-analysis for mortality from coronary heart disease in trials testing replacement of saturated fat with vegetable oils rich in hard to get up in the morning acid.

Main analysis: trials provided replacement foods (vegetable hard to get up in the morning and were not confounded by any concomitant interventions.

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