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Plasma ascorbic acid concentrations were measured in 27 adults before and after ingestion of 0.5 - 3.0 g of vitamin C. Mean (SEM) fasting concentration was 64 (3) μmol/l, with no significant male-female difference. There was a significant correlation between the response and log dose (r = 0.928;...
Dietary fats modify phospholipid fatty acids (PL-FA) in brain and liver of chicks by post-hatching. Vitamin E deficiency leads to an increase of lipid peroxidation products. Both processes may be relevant to the pathogenesis of chick nutritional encephalomalacia (NE). Laying hens received a diet...
This study was designed to compare the combined effects of sesamin with α-tocopherol (Toc) or tocotrienols (T-3) on fatty acid composition, leukotriene production, and immune indices in immunosensitive Brown-Norway rats. Diets containing Toc and T-3 (both 0.2%) alone or in combination with...
It is known that ingestion of oils containing polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) of the n-3 and n-6 series results in a high degree of unsaturation in membrane phospholipids which in turn may increase lipid peroxidation, cholesterol oxidation, free radical accumulation and membrane damage....
Effects of squalene on serum and hepatic lipid contents and fecal steroid excretion were examined in rat by chronic (0.01-0.1 mL/day, i.e. 8.622-86.22 mg/day) or single (0.1 mL/day, i.e. 86.22 mg/day) oral administration of squalene. With chronic administration of squalene, serum total,...
Dietary magnesium preventive effect on high phosphorus diet-induced kidney damage was studied in young male rats. Rats were fed a purified diet containing 0.05%, 0.15% or 0.30% magnesium and 1.5% phosphorus for 21 days. On histological examination, dilatation of the distal tubules and collecting...
Studies from different parts of the world reveal subtle changes in body composition that indicate that differences in maternal nutritional status modulate the mobilization of fat depots during lactation. In the first three postpartum months, weight loss is a norm regardless of socioeconomic...
In the present study, the relationship between hyperlipidemia induced by ingestion of animal protein and tissue lipid peroxidation was examined. Male Golden Syrian hamsters were fed for 27 days cholesterol-enriched (0.088 wt%) semi-purified diets having either 15 wt% casein (CAS) or egg white...
In view of the potential relationship between cerebral ischemia and zinc status, this study was designed to examine whether dietary zinc-deficiency would affect the outcome of focal cerebral ischemia in rats. Forty-five male Sprague-Dowley rats were randomly divided into five groups: (1) eight...
To investigate the effect of being underweight on food intake, the meal patterns of 66 normal weight women and 33 normal underweight women spontaneously eating in their natural environment were compared. Subjects reported everything they ate and drank, and their mood and hunger before and after...
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