PHYSICAL TRAINING PREVENT AND TREAT HEPATIC LIPID ACCUMULATION INDUCED BY FRUCTOSE-RICH DIET

@inproceedings{Gaspar2018PHYSICALTP,
  title={PHYSICAL TRAINING PREVENT AND TREAT HEPATIC LIPID ACCUMULATION INDUCED BY FRUCTOSE-RICH DIET},
  author={Rafael Calais Gaspar and Gabriel Keine Kuga and Vitor Rosetto Mu{\~n}oz and Andressa Coope and Lucieli Teresa Cambri and Ana Carolina Ghezzi and Leandro Pereira de Moura and Jos{\'e} Alexandre Curiacos de Almeida Leme and Jos{\'e} Rodrigo Pauli and Jos{\'e} Diego Botezelli},
  year={2018}
}
This study aims to examine the effects of physical training performed in early (preventive) or late (therapeutic) protocols on body weight gain, glucose tolerance, and triglycerides accumulation in rats fed on a fructoserich diet. Wistar rats were allocated into two major groups according to the diet received: Control (Cstandard diet) and Fructose (Fdiet containing 60% fructose) fed during 120 days. Next, these two groups were distributed into six groups: C and F that were kept inactive; CTE… CONTINUE READING

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