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From: In utero exposure to germinated brown rice and its oryzanol-rich extract attenuated high fat diet-induced insulin resistance in F1 generation of rats

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A. Average weight gains of offsprings (mean ± SD, n = 6) over 8 weeks. Dams were fed the respective diets for each group, while their offsprings were fed regular rat chow after weaning and observed until 8 weeks post-delivery. Abbreviations refer to the diets given to the dams: high fat diet (HFD), normal (N), high fat diet with 50% Germinated Brown Rice (GBR), high fat diet with oryzanol-rich extract (gavage) 200 mg/kg body weight (high dose) (OEHD), high fat diet with oryzanol-rich extract (gavage) 100 mg/kg body weight (low dose)(OELD). Bars representing the same week with * indicates statistical difference in comparison with HFD group (p < 0.05), # indicates statistical difference in comparison with N group (p < 0.05)

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