Native and partially hydrolyzed psyllium have comparable effects on cholesterol metabolism in rats.

@article{Arjmandi1997NativeAP,
  title={Native and partially hydrolyzed psyllium have comparable effects on cholesterol metabolism in rats.},
  author={Bahram H Arjmandi and E Sohn and Shanil Juma and S. Ramachandra Murthy and Bruce P. Daggy},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={1997},
  volume={127 3},
  pages={463-9}
}
This study was conducted to determine whether the storage conditions and the levels of psyllium in the diet modulate its hypocholesterolemic effects. Seventy-five male Sprague-Dawley rats, age 90 d, were randomly divided into five treatment groups and were fed cholesterol-containing diets for 21 d. Diets included 10% cellulose (control); 5 or 10% psyllium stored 8 mo at 5 degrees C (PS5); or 5 or 10% psyllium stored 8 mo at 40 degrees C (PS40). The higher storage temperature caused a gradual… CONTINUE READING

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