Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Blackcurrant Suppresses Metabolic Syndrome Induced by High-Fructose Diet in Rats

Table 2

Effects of BC on CRP, T-Bil, leptin, and insulin.

Cont.HFBC1BC2

CRP (ng/mL)195.62 ± 1.32208.82 ± 5.6194.1 ± 2.52193.67 ± 2.39#

T-Bil (mg/dL)0.6 ± 0.030.72 ± 0.050.63 ± 0.040.57 ± 0.02#

Leptin (pg/dL)0.62 ± 0.030.45 ± 0.030.53 ± 0.010.83 ± 0.1##

Insulin (mg/dL)0.64 ± 0.031.15 ± 0.190.64 ± 0.06#0.62 ± 0.05#

Values were expressed as mean ± S.E. (). versus Cont; and versus HF. CRP: C-reactive protein; T-Bil: total bilirubin; Cont.: control; HF: high fructose; BC1: blackcurrant 100 mg/kg/day; BC2: blackcurrant 300 mg/kg/day.