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Diversified therapeutic potential of Avena sativa:An exhaustive review

@article{Chatuevedi2011DiversifiedTP,
  title={Diversified therapeutic potential of Avena sativa:An exhaustive review},
  author={Neelam Chatuevedi and Sachdev Yadav and Kalpana Shukla},
  journal={Asian Journal of Plant Science \& Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={1}
}
Avena sativa belongs grasses family, the gramineae, commonly known as oat and are the third leading crop produced in United States after wheat and corn and the fourth most important crop worldwide. They are the most widely grown plant generally considered healthy food being commercially nutritious as well. Oat grain, oat bran, and oatmeal contain a soluble dietary fiber known as β-glucan, which can reduce serum concentration of total cholesterol and low–density lipoprotein cholesterol and also… 

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