Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

The Coadministration of Unoxidized and Oxidized Desi Ghee Ameliorates the Toxic Effects of Thermally Oxidized Ghee in Rabbits

Table 2

Effects of coadministration of unoxidized and oxidized desi ghee on the body, kidneys, liver, and heart weight of rabbits.

GroupNet body weight gain/loss (g)Kidney (g)Liver (g)Heart (g)

Control+6.30 ± 2.09.00 ± 3.4+8.3 ± 6.52.00 ± 0.0
OG1−29.33 ± 6.65.33 ± 0.5+14.00 ± 3.61.33 ± 0.5
OG2−49.33 ± 6.37.67 ± 2.0+29.00 ± 5.11.67 ± 0.5
OG3−92.33 ± 7.07.67 ± 1.1+32.33 ± 5.01.67 ± 0.5
OGNG−47.33 ± 7.55.00 ± 1.0+16.5 ± 2.01.67 ± 0.5
NG307.00 ± 9.55.00 ± 1.0+11.67 ± 1.11.67 ± 0.5

Values are expressed as mean ± SD of . Mean with different superscript letters (a–e) in the column differs significantly at (), (), and ().

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