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Table 3 Effects of different diet combinations on the development of MetS

From: Animal models of metabolic syndrome: a review

Researchers (Year) Types of diet Treatment length Strains of animal Components of metabolic syndrome
Obesity Hyperglycemia Hypertension Dyslipidemia
Poudyal et al. [29] High-carbohydrate high-fat diet 16 weeks Male Wistar rats
Panchal et al. [30] High-carbohydrate high-fat diet 16 weeks Male Wistar rats
Hao et al. [31] High-carbohydrate high-fat diet 14 weeks Male Wistar rats
Senaphan et al. [22] High-carbohydrate high-fat diet 16 weeks Male Sprague-Dawley rats
Dissard et al. [117] High-fat high-fructose diet 32 weeks Male C57BL/6 mice
Barrios-Ramos et al. [118] Hypercholesterolemic diet & fructose drinking water 4 weeks Male Wistar rats
Gancheva et al. [116] High-fat high-fructose diet 8 weeks Male Wistar rats -
Yang et al. [119] High-fat high sucrose diet 4 weeks Male C57BL/6 J mice -
Zhou et al. [120] High-sucrose high-fat diet 48 weeks Male Sprague-Dawley rats -
  1. Table represents the effects of different diet combinations on each component of MetS. The symbol ‘’ and ‘✗’ indicate the presence and absence of significant effect of the sign of MetS respectively, while ‘-’ indicates the effects on the component not being evaluated in the study