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Effect of Diet Containing Whole Wheat Bread with Capsosiphon fulvescens and Lindera obtusiloba Ethanol Extracts on Plasma Glucose and Lipid Levels in Rats
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Effect of Diet Containing Whole Wheat Bread with Capsosiphon fulvescens and Lindera obtusiloba Ethanol Extracts on Plasma Glucose and Lipid Levels in Rats
Han, Ah-Ram; Kim, Se-Wook; Chun, Su-Hyun; Nam, Mi-Hyun; Hong, Chung-Oui; Kim, Bok Hee; Kim, Tae Cheol; Lee, Kwang-Won;
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 Abstract
The present study was conducted to investigate the effect of whole wheat bread with added Lindera obtusiloba (LO) and Capsosiphon fulvescens (CF) ethanol extracts on serum glucose and lipid levels in Sprague Dawley rats. Rats were divided into five groups depending on the diet administered: normal bread (NC), whole wheat bread (W), whole wheat bread with LO leaves extract (WL), whole wheat bread with CF extract (WC), and whole wheat bread with freeze-drying CF (WDC). After 4 weeks of consuming the experimental diet, the blood glucose level and hemoglobin A1c contents were found to be significantly lower in the W, WL, WC, and WDC groups than in the NC group. The high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol levels increased in the WL group when compared to those in the NC group and triglycerides levels decreased in all wheat groups compared to those in the NC group. These results suggest that wheat breads containing LO and CF extracts are effective for preventing hypercholesterolemia and obesity.
 Keywords
Blood glucose;Linder obtusiloba;Capsosiphon fulvescens;serum lipid;whole wheat bread;
 Language
Korean
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산수유 열수추출액의 첨가시기와 열처리 및 소금농도 조건에 따른 청국장의 생리활성 변화,오혜숙;민성희;

동아시아식생활학회지, 2017. vol.27. 6, pp.600-609 crossref(new window)
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