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Table 4 The final lipid profile parameters in the five study groups

From: Reversion to regular diet with alternate day fasting can cure grade-I non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in high-fructose-intake-associated metabolic syndrome

  TGs (mg/dl) TC (mg/dl) LDL-C (mg/dl) HDL-C (mg/dl)
C(9) 83.11 ±3.93 144.22 ±4.25 69.16 ±5.09 58.44±1.57
MS (10) 136.30±4.70a 213.00±9.18a 158.34±10.20a 27.40±1.55a
MSRD (9) 107.56±3.22a,b 176.33±5.63 a,b 109.71±4.96 a,b 45.11±1.62 a,b
MSF(9) 103.22±3.67 a,b 165.67±7.56 a,b 96.80±8.65 a,b 48.22±2.60 a,b
MSRDF (9) 94.89±3.16 a,b,c 142.89±6.49b,c,d 74.69±6.26 b,c,d 49.22±2.40a,b
  1. C, control group, MS, untreated metabolic syndrome group, MSRD, metabolic syndrome group reverted to regular rat chow, MSF, metabolic syndrome group on alternate day fasting, MSRDF, metabolic syndrome group reverted to regular rat chow and on alternate day fasting; TGs, triglycerides; TC, total cholesterol; LDL-C, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol; HDL-C, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol
  2. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM
  3. In the parenthesis is the number of observations
  4. a: Significance from control group, by LSD test at P ≤0.05
  5. b: Significance from MS group, by LSD test at P ≤0.05
  6. c: Significance from MSRD group, by LSD test at P ≤0.05
  7. d: Significance from MSF group, by LSD test at P ≤0.05