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EFFECT OF FENUGREEK WITH BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS DECREASES HbA1C IN TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS - A CROSS - SECTIONAL STUDY
HbA1c decreased by 0.3% (95% confidence interval, P < 0.05 ), weight decreased by 3.5 kg (96% confidence interval, P < 0.03), and waist circumference decreased by 4.5 cm (96% confidence interval, P <Expand
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THE EFFECT OF THE TYPE AND AMOUNT OF DIETARY FAT ON THE LEVEL OF PLASMA TRIGLYCERIDES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS IN THE POSTABSORPTIVE STATE.
Fifty-eight healthy university students consumed homogenized formula diets for 16 days, and plasma triglycerides were determined on samples of blood obtained from the subjects in the fasting state atExpand
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Hypocholesteremic Effect of Phenoxybenzamine (Dibenzyline), An Adrenergic Blocking Agent: Experimental Studies With Monkeys And Human Volunteers
The effect of an orally effective adrenergic blocking agent, Dibenzyline, on serum cholesterol levels was studied in human subjects and in monkeys on high-fat diets. In addition, the effect of theExpand
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EFFECT OF ADRENALINE ON AORTIC STRUCTURE AND SERUM CHOLESTEROL IN MACACA RADIATA.
Summary Four groups of male monkeys were kept on stock diet and given three-graded doses of parenteral adrenaline, and distilled water as a control, over a period of 4–5 months. Eight of 11 monkeysExpand
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The Production of Hyperbetalipoproteinemia and Hypercholesterolemia by Dietary Cholesterol in Normal, Type II, and Type IV Subjects.
Excerpt The occurrence of widespread hyperbetalipoproteinemia in the American population has heretofore been explained on a genetic basis. The hypothesis tested in this study was that an environmen...
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The turnover of cholesterol in human atherosclerotic arteries.
The equilibration of cholesterol between plasma and atherosclerotic arteries was studied in 13 patients with obstructive atherosclerosis 2-96 days after the intravenous and/or oral administration ofExpand
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Effect of feeding fat blends of hydrogenated groundnut (peanut) fat and cottonseed oil containing different levels of linoleic acid on serum choles terol levels in monkeys (Macaca radiata) and liver
Long-term studies reported from these laboratories (Gopalan et al., '60a) on mon keys maintained with high-fat diets sug gested an approximate inverse relationship between the polyunsaturated fattyExpand
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