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《ACTA NUTRIMENTA SINICA》 1996-04
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EFFECT OF SWIMMING ON LIPID PEROXIDE AND ANTIOXIDANTS IN LIVER OF RATS FED ON DIFFERENT LEVELS OF PROTEIN

Wu haihuan; Liu jipeng; Xi jinbao (Jinan Military General Hospital, Jinan 250031)  
The effect of exercise on lipid peroxidation was observed in Wistar male rats fed on a diet containing 7%,17%, 27% protein levels. The results showed that exercise could alter lipid peroxides content. Glutathione peroxidase activity was increased and glutathione was depleted in liver after exercise. It was also found that rats fed on 17%protein showed stronger endurance after exercise. According to the results,it indicated that exhaustive exercise could enhance lipid peroxidation;the effect of exercise on the rats fed on 7%protein was larger than the others,the intake of protein at 17% level could have a good effect on antioxidants,and 27% protein level did not show any more beneficial effect in rats.
【CateGory Index】: R333.4
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