Hyperlipidemia is a chronic condition of abnormally high levels of any or all lipoproteins in the bloodstream, including cholesterol and triglycerides.
With an aim to find a natural ingredient for the treatment of hyperlipidemia, researchers investigated the effects of curcumin on hyperlipidemia and hepatic steatosis in high-fructose-fed Wistar rats.
The plasma levels of triglyceride by inhibited the proteins associated with fat cell fat metabolism, lipid ratios and increased HDL-C (28.4 ± 4.5 mg/dL) in fructose-fed rats were also lower by the injection of curcumin.
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(1) Curcumin inhibits hyperlipidemia and hepatic fat accumulation in high-fructose-fed male Wistar rats by Maithilikarpagaselvi N1, Sridhar MG1, Swaminathan RP2, Sripradha R1, Badhe B. (PubMed)
(2) Highly bioavailable micellar curcuminoids accumulate in blood, are safe and do not reduce blood lipids and inflammation markers in moderately hyperlipidemic individuals by Kocher A1, Bohnert L1, Schiborr C1, Frank J, (PubMed)
(3) C57Bl/6 N mice on a western diet display reduced intestinal and hepatic cholesterol levels despite a plasma hypercholesterolemia by Charles Desmarchelier,1 Christoph Dahlhoff,1,2 Sylvia Keller,3 Manuela Sailer,1Gerhard Jahreis,3 and Hannelore Daniel. (PMC)