Amylose content in rice ( Oryza sativa ) affects performance , glycemic and lipidic metabolism in rats

  title={Amylose content in rice ( Oryza sativa ) affects performance , glycemic and lipidic metabolism in rats},
  author={Cristiane Casagrande DenardinI and Melissa WalterIII},
  • Cristiane Casagrande DenardinI, Melissa WalterIII
  • Published 2012
This research aimed at evaluating the effect of diets with high, intermediate and low amylose content of rice on performance, glycemic and lipidic metabolism in rats. Male Wistar rats were fed diets with grains of cooked rice of the cultivars ‘IRGA 417’, ‘IRGA 416’ and ‘MOCHI’ with high, intermediate and low amylose content, respectively. Wet and dry fecal production and serum HDL cholesterol were not affected by amylose content. The animals in the treatments with high amylose content (‘IRGA… CONTINUE READING
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