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Paper Title: In vivo antioxidant activity of Mbuja oil compare to Palm Olein and Corn Oils in Wister Rat
Authors Name: Doumta Charles Falang , Ghomdim Nzali Horliane , Bebbe Fadimatou , Ngangoum Eric Serge
Unique Id: IJSDR2212177
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 12, December-2022
Abstract: Mbuja (Bikalga; dawadawa botso; datou; Furundu) is a food condiment obtained by a traditional uncontrolled fermentation of Hibiscus sabdariffa seeds in African countries, including Burkina Faso, Mali Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon and Sudan among others. This condiment is known for its nutritive values and for its health properties. In order to contribute to the amelioration of its nutraceutic valorization, a study on physicochemical characterization and on antioxidant value of its oil was carried out. Mbuja was purchased in Mokolo market (Far-North, Cameroon); oil extracted from it was assessed on some of its antioxidant components by using classical methods. Nutraceutic aspect was conducted after feeding male rats for 50 days. The results had shown that Mbuja oil contained vitamin E (13.73±0.37mg/100g), vitamin A (30.07±0.11 µg/100g); vitamin C (20.59±0.85µg/100g), liposoluble phenolic compounds (2.24±0.09g/100g). Feeding adult male rats with this oil had shown good Antioxidant activities in their blood. Consumption of Mbuja oil need to be encouraged and can be adviced as nutraceutic and therapeutic diet to persons suffering from hypertension.
Keywords: Mbuja, Oil, Antioxidant, Nutraceutic activities
Cite Article: "In vivo antioxidant activity of Mbuja oil compare to Palm Olein and Corn Oils in Wister Rat", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 12, page no.1101 - 1106, December-2022, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2212177.pdf
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 12, December-2022
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