Comparison of the Nutrition on Different Fats on Lipid Profile, and Some Biochemical Parameters and their Relationship with Liver and Kidney Function in Male Rats
Keywords:Biochemical markers, Liver function, kidney function.
This study was conducted on forty-nine healthy male albino males rats, from 1/11/2019 to 12/30/2019 for
two months in the animal house of the College of Veterinary Medicine - University of Tikrit, their ages
ranged from 3-4 months and weights of 250-350 g current study aimed to determine the effect of nutrition
on the different types of fat in the levels of blood lipids, kidney function, and liver enzymes. The results
showed a significant increase with a level of 0.05 (p?) in blood sugar concentration in the two groups of
animal fat and vegetable oil group with a concentration of 8% g / kg of diet, and the two olive oil groups
did not show significant differences compared to the control group. Levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, lowdensity lipoproteins, and very low-density lipoproteins in a group that was given fat animal by 8% g / kg of
diet and a significant decrease in the group of olive oil by 4% g / kg of diet, significant increase (p? 0.05) in
the concentration of high-density lipoproteins in the two groups that have been treated with Olives oil by:
4% and 8% g / kg, respectively. There were no significant differences in the rest of the other study treatments
compared to the control group, and a significant increase of (p?0.05) in the concentrations of urea, creatinine
and uric acid in the animal fat group by 8% g/kg of the diet, and a significant decrease in the group that was
treated with olive oil. As for the liver enzymes activity ALT, AST, and ALP there was a significant increase
(p? 0.05) in the group that was treated as animal fat by 4% g / kg of diet, while we did not observe significant
differences in the group that was treated with olive oil by 4% g / Kg of diet compared to a control group.
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