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Food restriction (FR) has been shown to promote myocardial dysfunction in rats. The aim of this study was to verify the participation of calcium and beta-adrenergic system on myocardial mechanical alteration in rats submitted to FR. Myocardial performance was studied in isolated left ventricular...
To elucidate the role of neutrophils in decreased resistance of protein-malnourished mice to Candida albicans, mice maintained on protein-sufficient (PS) or protein-deficient (PD) diets for 35 days were infected with Candida and neutrophil function studies were performed in addition to following...
In the present study, levels of interleukins (IL-), IL-10, IL-6, IL-8 and tumor necrosis factor-α (TNF-α) and soluble TNF-receptor I (sTNF-RI) were measured in the whey (aqueous phase) of 55 breast milk samples of lactating mothers. These milk samples were classified according to periods of...
Male and female C57BL/6J mice, initially 19 d old, had free access to a complete purified diet, were fed this diet in restricted daily quantities to produce energy deficit, or had free access to a low-protein diet to produce combined protein and energy deficit. Two experiments were conducted,...
The relationship of tea consumption with classical cardiovascular risk factors was evaluated. Cardiovascular risk factors were measured in 2926 participants of the SU.VI.MAX study (an ongoing intervention trial on the effects of antioxidant supplementation on chronic diseases), who completed six...
We have previously shown that consumption of modest amounts of Synergy1 (long-chain inulin enriched with oligofructose) significantly increases calcium absorption in girls. The objective of this study was to determine which subject characteristics are associated with this beneficial effect. Data...
Measuring zinc (Zn) retention, Zn balance, serum, fecal and urinary Zn levels with and without Zn supplementation, the aim of this study was to show if hypokinesia (HK) could contribute to the smaller Zn retention and consequently to the development of Zn imbalance. Studies were conducted during...
Diets containing large amounts of fruits and vegetables are known to decrease the probability of developing cancer. The chemical composition of fruits can vary with their genetic characteristics and the environmental conditions under which they are cultivated. Because of this variability,...
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