Control of Hyperlipidaemia in Juvenile Diabetes. Standard and Corn-oil Diets Compared Over a Period of 10 YearsBr Med J 1969; 3 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.3.5671.616 (Published 13 September 1969) Cite this as: Br Med J 1969;3:616
- G. W. Chance,
- E. C. Albutt,
- S. M. Edkins
The results of the first 10 years of a prospective study of the effect of corn-oil and standard diets given to diabetic children since diagnosis suggest that the corn-oil diets currently available in Britain are not acceptable to most diabetic children and adolescents. Attempts to administer such diets may result in hyperpre-beta-lipoproteinaemia. In most diabetic children normal serum lipid levels can be maintained with adequate diabetic control and a standard diabetic diet.