Author(s): Sorokina EIu, Aksiuk IN, Chernysheva ON, Kirpatovskaia NA
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Abstract The aim of present study was an investigation of effective of product from ceolites which is suggested as biologically active food additive. The high-calorie, high-fat, high-cholesterol diet was developed. The rats (female and male) were fed with the biologically active food additive during 1 month at dose 70 mg per kg of body weight. Their blood and liver were investigated to measure total lipids, total cholesterols, phospholipid, triglycerides. Morphologic parameters of liver was studied. Cholesterol lowering effect of biologically active food additive in rat (female) has been shown.
This article was published in Vopr Pitan
and referenced in Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development