Mediators of Inflammation / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Calorie Restriction with a High-Fat Diet Effectively Attenuated Inflammatory Response and Oxidative Stress-Related Markers in Obese Tissues of the High Diet Fed Rats

Table 1

Daily food and energy intakes in the experimental animals.

GroupBefore HFCRAfter HFCR
Food intake (g/day)Energy intake (kcal/day)Food intake (g/day)Energy intake (kcal/day)

CON25.92 ± 0.13a99.79 ± 0.50a24.72 ± 0.23a95.16 ± 0.87a
HF23.37 ± 0.13b110.53 ± 0.64b21.67 ± 0.20b102.50 ± 0.94b
HFCR13.01 ± 0.04c61.56 ± 0.21c

CON: rats fed a control diet (10% kcal fat) ad libitum for the experimental periods, HF: rats fed a high-fat diet (45% kcal fat) ad libitum for the experimental periods, HFCR: 40% calorie restricted rats fed a high-fat diet for 8–10 weeks after being fed the high-fat diet ad libitum for 11–13 weeks. Values are means ± SEM, in each group. Means for a variable without a common letter differ, .