Journal of Food and Nutritional DisordersISSN: 2324-9323

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Kefir Supplementation Improves Lipid Profile and Oxidative Stress but does not Reduce Atherosclerotic Lesion in apoE Deficient Mice

Kefir Supplementation Improves Lipid Profile and Oxidative Stress but does not Reduce Atherosclerotic Lesion in apoE Deficient Mice

Cardiovascular diseases are related to several risk factors, and diet and life style modifications are among the targets of the treatment and prevention. Consequently, natural compounds that act as protective agents are continuously studied. In this context, kefir solutions have been proposed as a potential adjuvant of treatment, since some studies showed its role in reducing oxidative stress, and blood lipids. The present study investigated the effects of brown sugar-fermented kefir solution on the associate risk factor and development of atherosclerosis.

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