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Research Article

Metabolic Syndrome and Hypertension Resulting from Fructose Enriched Diet in Wistar Rats

Table 1

Effects of fructose supplementation on abdominal fat weight, liver weight, heart weight, theoretical creatinine clearance, and plasma urea, ASAT, ALAT, albumin, and lipid levels. FF: fructose fed; C: control.

C
FF

Heart weight (% bw)0.274 ± 0.0050.281 ± 0.0060.37
Abdominal fat weight (% bw)3.86 ± 0.275.04 ± 0.240.0029
Liver weight (% bw)2.39 ± 0.062.68 ± 0.060.0016
Plasma urea (mg/L)409.9 ± 18.6300.2 ± 13.30.0001
ASAT/ALAT2.01 ± 0.122.42 ± 0.180.36
Theoretical creatinine clearance (mL/min)2.13 ± 0.072.08 ± 0.050.60
NEFA (µmol/L)532.6 ± 15.7627.5 ± 50.10.34
Triglycerides (mg/L)836.0 ± 67.01393.9 ± 113.70.0004
Total cholesterol (mg/L)779.6 ± 37.2795.8 ± 21.40.69
NEFA/total cholesterol (molar ratio)0.274 ± 0.0140.307 ± 0.0240.27
NEFA/albumin (molar ratio)1.071 ± 0.0331.208 ± 0.093 0.61
Total cholesterol/triglycerides (molar ratio)2.33 ± 0.231.42 ± 0.090.0005

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