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The Anti-obesity Effects of Younggyechulgam-tang-ga Hwanggi on Obesity in Mice Induced by High Fat Diet

고지방식이 유도 비만생쥐에 대한 영계출감탕(苓桂朮甘湯) 가(加) 황기(黃芪)의 항비만 효과

  • Received : 2018.03.17
  • Accepted : 2018.03.30
  • Published : 2018.04.30

Abstract

Objectives This study was conducted to experimentally evaluate the effects of Younggyechulgam-tang-ga Hwanggi(YGT) on obesity in mice induced by high fat diet. Methods The experiment was conducted with 4-week-old male mice divided into 5 groups. They were a normal diet group(Nor), a high fat diet group(Veh), a positive drug control group-orlistat 40 mg/kg(Oris), a 1.08 g/kg group(YGTL), and a 2.16 g/kg group(YGTH), and were tested for five weeks. Changes in antioxidant activity, body weight, organ weight, ROS, AST, ALT, TC, TG, HDL-C, LDL-C and lipid metabolism protein were checked. Results YGTL and YGTH group significantly reduced body weight compared to Veh group. YGTH group significantly reduced visceral fat weights compared to Veh group. In blood biochemistry analysis, ROS, AST, ALT, TC, TG and LDL-C in YGTL and YGTH group were significantly lower than Veh group. HDL-C increased significance in YGTL and YGTH group. In antioxidation protein analysis, Catalase, GPx and HO-1 have increased significantly in YGTL and YGTH group. YGTH group have increased $PPAR-{\alpha}$, p-AMPK compared to Veh group. but decreased FAS. SREBP-1, p-ACC levels in YGTL and YGTH group were decreased compared to Veh group, however CPT-1, UCP-2 levels in YGTL and YGTH group were increased compared to Veh group. Conclusions YGT has anti-obesity effects by regulating lipolysis and antioxidation in a diet-induced obesity model. Additional clinical studies are needed.

Keywords

Obesity;Younggyechulgam-tang-ga Hwanggi;High Fat Diet;Antioxidation

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