Ketocholanic acids as an adjunct in management of high fat diet allergies

  • John J. Lepore


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    Three cases of allergy to fatty foods are reported.

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    Favorable clinical results were obtained by low-fat diet and Triketol therapy.

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    The clearing of the allergic condition was permanent in spite of return to ingestion of fatty foods without medication. These experiences suggest that the faulty fat metabolism was of a temporary nature.



Food Allergy Urticaria Favorable Clinical Result Fatty Food Gastrointestinal Allergy 
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© Sandfield Publishing Company 1954

Authors and Affiliations

  • John J. Lepore
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  1. 1.Marlboro

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