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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Table 5 Effect of EAFPB on lipid profile of high fructose-fed rats

From: Attenuation of glycation and biochemical aberrations in fructose‐loaded rats by polyphenol‐rich ethyl acetate fraction of Parkia biglobosa (jacq.) Benth. (Mimosaceae) leaves

Groups T. CHOL TRIG HDL LDL
Normal control 74.20 ± 16.74a 72.20 ± 7.44a 66.60 ± 7.23ab 50.60 ± 14.05a
HFS control (placebo) 93.00 ± 14.14b 86.80 ± 9.21b 52.00 ± 12.27a 80.60 ± 7.16b
Reference group 60.60 ± 8.85a 66.20 ± 9.37a 65.60 ± 10.57ab 45.60 ± 9.24a
100 mg/kg/d EAFPB 65.80 ± 6.61a 73.00 ± 7.25a 69.60 ± 9.10b 47.60 ± 9.61a
200 mg/kg/d EAFPB 60.00 ± 12.67a 60.40 ± 9.79a 62.80 ± 14.34ab 46.00 ± 6.52a
  1. Data represent mean ± SD (n = 5); values with dissimilar alphabets as superscripts are significant at p < 0.05