Impact of regular consumption of the main Ivorian traditional foods on blood biochemical parameters and certain nutrition regulators: cases in growing rats (Rattus norvegicus)
Keywords:Traditional dishes, Ivorian, biochemical parameters, regulatory organs
The aim of this work was to assess the impact of regular consumption of Ivorian traditional foods on growing wistar rats. Thus, a nutrition test was carried out with 40 rats divided into 5 groups of 8 rats. The rats in one batch were fed with an Ivorian traditional dish and the control rats ingested the control dish for 22 days. At the end of the experiment, biological examinations allowed us to assess the state of the body's functioning. The histopathology of the liver and kidney of the rats was performed. The blood sugar levels of the rats who consumed the Ivorian traditional dishes varied between 0.79 g / l (FFB / SC) and 0.89 g / l (FI / SNA) while that of the rats who consumed the reference dish was 0.87 g / l. The urea contents of the blood of the rats were between 0.22 and 0.26 g / l. They were identical to that of the control rats (0.26 g / l). The rats which consumed the traditional dishes had creatinine contents between 6.83 (FFB / SC) and 8 mg / l (FI / SNA) while the controls had a creatinine content of 7.83 mg / l. The uric acid contents of the rats fed with the Ivorian dishes varied between 22.5 and 26.0 mg / l while that of the control rats was 23.83 mg / l. The total cholesterol levels in the rats accustomed to Ivorian dishes were between 1.51 and 1.75 g / l while that of the rats having ingested the control dish was 1.69 g / l. The triglyceride values (0.84 to 1.02 g / l) were lower than that of the rats fed with the reference dish (1.05 g / l). Analysis of histopathological sections of the liver and of the kidney showed no organizational abnormalities of the tissues. The regular consumption of Ivorian local dishes ensures the proper functioning of the consumer's body.
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