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Abstract Title:

Oat bran in cardiovascular risk control in mental disorder.

Abstract Source:

Rev Bras Enferm. 2020 ;73 Suppl 1:e20190277. Epub 2020 Jun 1. PMID: 32490954

Abstract Author(s):

Elen Cristiane Doná Oliveira, Guilherme Correa Barbosa, José Eduardo Corrente, Jéssica Emy Komuro, Silvia Justina Papini

Article Affiliation:

Elen Cristiane Doná Oliveira

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of oat bran supplementation on cardiovascular risk components of patients with mental disorders.

METHOD: A before-and-after study, no control group. Cardiovascular risk indicators were assessed at baseline (M0), 90 (M1), 180 days (M2) and 180 days after supplementation (M3).

RESULTS: Of the 45 patients admitted to a psychiatric institution using antipsychotics, more than two thirds had high cardiovascular risk assessed by abdominal obesity. Forty-six point seven percent were overweight and 31.1% metabolic syndrome. Oat bran was effective in reducing serum cholesterol (M0-M1), HDL-cholesterol (M1-M2), triglycerides (M1-M2), (M2-M3) and (M1-M3). In M3, there was a statistical difference for all indicators evaluated.

CONCLUSION: Oat bran supplementation was effective in improving triglyceride, total cholesterol and HDL-cholesterol levels, suggesting that it is a therapeutic option for cardiovascular risk control in patients with psychiatric disorders.

Study Type : Human Study

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