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Che Anishas Che Idris
Malaysian Palm Oil Board
EndocrinologyVitamin ECorn oilDiabetes mellitusMedicine
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#2Kalyana SundramH-Index: 22
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#2Kalyana SundramH-Index: 22
Last. Ahmad Faizal Abdull RazisH-Index: 10
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Heating oils and fats for a considerable length of time results in chemical reactions, leading to the aggravation of a free radical processes, which ultimately contributes to atherosclerosis. Our study focused on elucidating the effect of feeding heated oils with or without dietary cholesterol on the development of atherosclerosis in rabbits. We heated palm olein and corn oil at 180 °C for 18 h and 9 h per day, respectively, for two consecutive days. Next, 20 male rabbits were divided into four ...
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#1Che Anishas Che Idris (UKM: National University of Malaysia)H-Index: 2
#2Tilakavati Karupaiah (UKM: National University of Malaysia)H-Index: 9
Last. Ravigadevi Sambanthamurthi (Malaysian Palm Oil Board)H-Index: 16
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Abstract The protective effects of oil palm vitamin E and phenolics against atherosclerosis, either singly or in combination, were studied in an atherogenic rabbit model. Rabbits were either fed atherogenic diet only (CTR), or atherogenic diet with vitamin E (VIT E), or atherogenic diet with oil palm phenolics (OPP), or atherogenic diet with both vitamin E and oil palm phenolics (VIT E + OPP). Results from lipid profile and antioxidant analyses were not significantly different between groups (p ...
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