Antioxidative Diet Supplementation Reverses High-Fat Diet-Induced Increases of Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Mice
Antioxidative treatment reverses increases in HFD-induced blood glucose and triglycerides levels without affecting body weight. Mice were fed either a normal diet, a high-fat diet (HFD), or a HFD supplemented with corabion for 8 weeks starting at an age of 5 weeks. CVD risk factors were recorded at the indicated times: (a) body weight, (b) fasting blood glucose, and (c) plasma triglycerides. The -axes indicate weeks after start of the respective diets. for the control and HFD + corabion groups; for the HFD group; ; (significance control versus HFD); (significance HFD versus HFD + corabion).
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