hypolipidemic

hypolipidemic

 [hi″po-lip″ĭ-de´mik]
promoting the reduction of lipid concentrations in the serum.

hypolipidemic

(hī″pō-lĭp″ĭ-dē′mĭk)
Decreasing the lipid concentration of the blood.
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Meanwhile, Livzon possesses production bases as leading manufacturer of Chinese drug preparation injection, and specialist bulk medicines and intermediates such as fermented antibiotics, sterile cephalosporins, and hypolipidemic "statins".
Mechanisms of hypolipidemic and anti-obesity effects of tea and tea polyphenols.
rosa sinensis exhibits wide range of properties antinociceptive, anti-inflammatory, [3] antioxidant, wound healing, [4] anticonvulsant, [5] antidiabetic, hypolipidemic, [6-8] anxiolytic, and central nervous system depressant, [9] promotes hair growth, and prevents graying of hair, [10] gastroprotective, [11] and antibacterial.
Oleuropein has pharmacological effects including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiatherogenic, anticancer, antimicrobial and hypolipidemic activities.
The effect of rosuvastatin treatment on the mean platelet volume in patients with uncontrolled primary dyslipidemia with hypolipidemic diet treatment.
Hypolipidemic Components from Medicine Food Homology Species Used in China: Pharmacological and Health Effects.
These results suggested that the hypolipidemic effect of hydroxythirosol may be due to its properties of diminishing the serum levels of total cholesterol, triglycerides and low-density lipoproteins as well as its antioxidant activities, which inhibit the lipid peroxidation process.
Antidiabetic, hypolipidemic and histopathological analysis of Dillenia indica (L.) leaves extract on alloxan induced diabetic rats.
[9] Zingg et al., in their study on the hypolipidemic effects of curcumin, found that curcumin reduced the endoplasmic reticulum stress response induced by a palmitate-rich environment in adipocytes by contributing to regenerative, antioxidant mechanisms, and thereby increased the viability and effectiveness of stress-coping mechanisms.
esculenta possess hypoglycemic effect due to the presence of cyanoglycoside.[6] Its hypolipidemic activity has been reported due to the presence of arabinogalactan and mono and digalactocyl diacylglycerols.[7]
Health benefits of Spirulina including antioxidant properties, hypolipidemic action and immunostimulating or anti- inflammatory effects [11,12], have been verified by many researches using laboratory animals.