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Abstract Title:

Consumption of a Mango Fruit Powder Protects Mice from High-Fat Induced Insulin Resistance and Hepatic Fat Accumulation.

Abstract Source:

Cell Physiol Biochem. 2017 ;42(2):564-578. Epub 2017 Jun 5. PMID: 28578347

Abstract Author(s):

Agustín G Sabater, Joan Ribot, Teresa Priego, Itxaso Vazquez, Sonja Frank, Andreu Palou, Sybille Buchwald-Werner

Article Affiliation:

Agustín G Sabater

Abstract:

BACKGROUND/AIMS: The aim of this study was to gain more insight into the beneficial effects of mango fruit powder on the early metabolic adverse effects of a high-fat diet.

METHODS: The progressive dose-response effects of mango fruit powder on body composition, circulating parameters, and the expression of genes related to fatty acid oxidation and insulin sensitivity in key tissues were studied in mice fed a moderate (45%) high-fat diet.

RESULTS: Findings suggest that mango fruit powder exerts physiological protective effects in the initial steps of insulin resistance and hepatic lipid accumulation induced by a high-fat diet in mice. Moreover, AMPK and SIRT1 appear as key regulators of the observed improvement in fatty acid oxidation capacity, as well as of the improved insulin sensitivity and the increased glucose uptake and metabolism through the glycolytic pathway capacity in liver and skeletal muscle.

CONCLUSION: In summary, this study provides evidence that the functional food ingredient (CarelessTM) from mango fruit prevents early metabolic alterations caused by a high-fat diet in the initial stages of the metabolic syndrome.

Study Type : Animal Study

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