Integrity of erythrocytes of hypercholesterolemic rats during spices treatment

@article{Kempaiah2002IntegrityOE,
  title={Integrity of erythrocytes of hypercholesterolemic rats during spices treatment},
  author={Rayavara K Kempaiah and Krishnamoorthy Srinivasan},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={236},
  pages={155-161}
}
In rats rendered hypercholesterolemic by maintaining them on a cholesterol–enriched diet (0.5%) for 8 weeks, inclusion of spice principles – curcumin ((0.2%) or capsaicin (0.015%) or the spice – garlic powder (2.0%) in the diet, produced the expected hypolipidemic effect. Plasma cholesterol which was more than 200% that of basal control in hypercholesterolemic rats, was decreased by these dietary spice principles and garlic by 25–39%. Erythrocyte membranes of hypercholesterolemic rats were… CONTINUE READING
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