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Effect of Decaffeinated Coffee Consumption on Markers of Atherogenesis and Carbohydrate Metabolism in Diet-Induced Dyslipidemia in Rats
Advances in Nutrition and food science
There are contradictory opinions about the effect of coffee on serum markers of atherogenesis in the literature. This study aimed to assess the effect of decaffeinated coffee consumption on serum lipid levels, atherogenic index of plasma (AIP), and markers of carbohydrate (CHO) metabolism, in diet-induced dyslipidemia in rats. Twenty-five Wistar albino rats were divided into 5 groups (n=5per group). Animals in group 1 served as a normal control group (NCTRL) and were given a normal diet anddoi:10.37722/anafs.202061 fatcat:3ub2nfcpozc5lpn2xajmyfr3mi