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adlay

Coix lachryma-jobi. Called also Job's tears.
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The concentrations of plasma insulin were significantly decreased in both adlay oil fed rats (p < 0.
Effects of liver cholesterol and TBARS in plasma and liver on adlay oil fed rats
On feeding diets containing adlay oil, the plasma TBARS were statistically significant decreased (p < 0.
The effect of adlay oil on the adipose tissue weight, and concentration of insulin and leptin
This research found no apparent difference in the weight of rats fed diets containing different types of fat for a period of 4 weeks, but the rats fed on adlay oil showed a reduction in adipose tissue, and presented even lower plasma insulin and leptin concentrations.
The effect of adlay oil on plasma lipids and hepatic cholesterol
It has been further found in this research that 5% adlay oil also has the apparent effect of decreasing plasma cholesterol and triacylglycerol contents in rats, but there is no dose-response relation between the capability of adlay oil to decrease the triacylglycerol concentration and the amount of adlay oil contained in the diet.
On the other hand, both of the adlay oil groups presented lower LDL-C values.
Discussion and analysis of the effect of adlay oil on oxidative stress
Our experimental results show that adlay oil will not affect the TBARS value in liver, but will decrease plasma TBARS value.
In addition to the effect of reducing plasma lipids and inhibiting the peroxidation of lipids, adlay oil also has the effect of reducing adipose tissue and decreasing insulin and leptin concentration.
Isolation and purification of antimutagenic compounds from oil-soluble adlay hull extract.