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Submitted: 17 August 2011 Modified: 17 August 2011
HERDIN Record #: PCHRD08171109085078

Effect of peanut supplemented diet on the cholesterol levels of cats.

Abstract

This is a study of the effect of peanut supplemented diet on 80 cats, divided into 4 groups, each given different sets of diet: regular, high fat, high fat with peanuts and regular with peanuts.

The modified diets per group was given for two weeks followed by a week of regular diet for all groups. Serum cholesterol level and weight of each cat was taken at baseline, week 1, 2 and 3.

A statistical analysis of serum cholesterol levels were done afterwards comparing the effect of diet alone and diet with peanuts on the serum cholsterol level of cats.

Statistical analysis showed significant decrease in mean cholesterol levels of the population given high fat diet with peanuts as compared with those given high fat diet alone while an increase in mean cholesterol level of the population given regular diet with peanut was noticed as against those given regular diet alone. (Author)

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Objectives

General:To determine the effect of peanuts (Arachis hypogaea) supplemented diet on the cholesterol levels of cats.Specific:1. To compare the mean cholesterol levels of cats given four types of diet namely:a. regular dietb. regular diet with peanutsc. high fat dietd. high fat diet with peanuts2. To compare the mean cholesterol levels of cats at different time points. (Baseline, week 1, week 2, and week 3)3. To determine if there is a significant interaction between diet and time with reference to serum cholesterol levels of cats.

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