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Antiobesity Values of Methanolic Extract of Sapindus emariganatus on Monosodium Glutamate Induced Model in Rats

  title={Antiobesity Values of Methanolic Extract of Sapindus emariganatus on Monosodium Glutamate Induced Model in Rats},
  author={Firasat Ali},
Now a day’s Obesity is considered to be a great disorderin many of the individuals in the world. Regulated energy levels are no longer found in the people those who have been suffering with the obesity. There aetiology of obesity is complex. There are lot of factors influence in the development of obesity like dietary, lack of exercise etc. Along with various factors those who have been influencing obesity particularly the consumption of monosodium glutamate, is considered a risk factor for its… Expand
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