Ten different dietary fibers have significantly different effects on serum and liver lipids of cholesterol-fed rats.

@article{Anderson1994TenDD,
  title={Ten different dietary fibers have significantly different effects on serum and liver lipids of cholesterol-fed rats.},
  author={James W. Anderson and Amanda E. Jones and S Riddell-Mason},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={1994},
  volume={124 1},
  pages={78-83}
}
The comparative effects of 10 different dietary fibers on serum and liver lipids were investigated by feeding male Sprague-Dawley rats diets containing 10 g cholesterol + 2 g cholic acid/kg diet, with 60 g fiber/kg diet. Diets were fed for 3 wk; cellulose was the control fiber. Rats fed psyllium (rich in soluble fiber) had the lowest serum and liver… CONTINUE READING