Fish oil and argan oil intake differently modulate insulin resistance and glucose intolerance in a rat model of dietary-induced obesity.

@article{Samane2009FishOA,
  title={Fish oil and argan oil intake differently modulate insulin resistance and glucose intolerance in a rat model of dietary-induced obesity.},
  author={Samira Samane and Raymond A Christon and Luce Dombrowski and St{\'e}phane Turcotte and Zoubida Charrouf and Charles Lavigne and {\'E}mile L{\'e}vy and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Bachelard and Hamid Amarouch and Andr{\'e} Marette and Pierre S. Haddad},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={2009},
  volume={58 7},
  pages={909-19}
}
We investigated the potential metabolic benefits of fish oil (FO) or vegetable argan oil (AO) intake in a dietary model of obesity-linked insulin resistance. Rats were fed a standard chow diet (controls), a high-fat/high-sucrose (HFHS) diet, or an HFHS diet in which 6% of the fat was replaced by either FO or AO feeding, respectively. The HFHS diet increased adipose tissue weight and insulin resistance as revealed by increased fasting glucose and exaggerated glycemic and insulin responses to a… CONTINUE READING
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