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Effect of exogenous ascorbic acid on experimental hypertension and mineral balance in rats fed low- and high-fat diets



Effect of exogenous ascorbic acid on experimental hypertension and mineral balance in rats fed low- and high-fat diets



Nutrition 7(2): 131-5; Discussion 135-6



To study the effects of exogenous ascorbic acid on the development of experimental hypertension and on calcium, sodium and potassium metabolism, 90 4-month-old male Wistar rats were fed on high- and low-fat diets. Hypertension was induced by administering a 1.5% solution of NaCl orally. Some rats received ascorbic acid 0.1% in distilled water orally for the first 7 weeks, then 0.3% for the next 5 weeks.

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