Effect of oral supplementation with conjugated linoleic acid associated with exercise on body fat of rats

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Sasaki,Carolina Amâncio Louly; Santos,Jônatas de Oliveira; Nogueira,Júlia Aparecida Devidé; Fontana,Keila Elizabeth; Oliveira,Ricardo Jacó;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Universidade Estadual de Maringá
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4025/reveducfis.v24.1.16865
  • Subject: Gordura corporal | Potência anaeróbia | Capacidade aeróbia | RAST | Gordura visceral | Exercício de natação | Swimming exercise | Visceral fat | Body fat | Consumo pico de oxigênio | Índice anaeróbio alático

Este estudo analisou o efeito da suplementação com ácido linoleico conjugado (CLA) associado ao exercício na redução da gordura corporal. Foram monitorados 24 ratos Wistar suplementados por 62 dias. Os grupos CLA (utilizou ácido linoleico conjugado) e CLAEX (utilizou-se... View more
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