Cardiovascular and intestinal protection of cereal pastes fermented with lactic acid bacteria in hyperlipidemic hamsters

@article{Wang2012CardiovascularAI,
  title={Cardiovascular and intestinal protection of cereal pastes fermented with lactic acid bacteria in hyperlipidemic hamsters},
  author={Chung-Yi Wang and Sz-Jie Wu and Jong-Yi Fang and Ya-ping Wang and Y. Shyu},
  journal={Food Research International},
  year={2012},
  volume={48},
  pages={428-434}
}
Abstract This study was to investigate the potential symbiotic effects of fermented cereal pastes on lipid metabolism, antioxidant status and intestinal microflora were examined in hyperlipidemic hamsters that were fed a high-cholesterol diet. Cereal pastes, fermented with lactobacillus alone or simultaneously with bifidobacteria, that were administered to hamsters, significantly decreased serum and hepatic cholesterol levels and lowered the ratio of LDL-C to HDL-C, when compared with a high… Expand
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