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Effect of bilberries, lingonberries and cinnamon on cardiometabolic risk-associated markers following a hypercaloric-hyperlipidic breakfast

Furlan, Cibele Priscila Busch; Valle, Sandra Costa LU ; Maróstica, Mário Roberto; Östman, Elin LU ; Björck, I. LU and Tovar, Juscelino LU (2019) In Journal of Functional Foods 60.
Abstract

Different dietary sources of bioactives may reduce cardiometabolic risk. This work investigated the feasibility of using a high-fat/high-caloric meal challenge as a tool for assessing the cardiometabolic protective effects of three bioactive-rich foods. Thirteen healthy, but overweight volunteers (65.1 ± 5.3 years old, fasting glycemia, ≤6.1 mmol L−1) received a high-fat reference breakfast meal (RM; 910 kcal, 50 E% fat) or three isocaloric test meals incorporating cinnamon (CM, 3 g), bilberry (BM, 100 g) or lingonberry (LM, 100 g) to the high-fat breakfast. Circulating biomarkers associated with cardiometabolic risk were measured postprandially for 4 h. LM and BM attenuated the elevation of cholesterolemia caused by RM. BM... (More)

Different dietary sources of bioactives may reduce cardiometabolic risk. This work investigated the feasibility of using a high-fat/high-caloric meal challenge as a tool for assessing the cardiometabolic protective effects of three bioactive-rich foods. Thirteen healthy, but overweight volunteers (65.1 ± 5.3 years old, fasting glycemia, ≤6.1 mmol L−1) received a high-fat reference breakfast meal (RM; 910 kcal, 50 E% fat) or three isocaloric test meals incorporating cinnamon (CM, 3 g), bilberry (BM, 100 g) or lingonberry (LM, 100 g) to the high-fat breakfast. Circulating biomarkers associated with cardiometabolic risk were measured postprandially for 4 h. LM and BM attenuated the elevation of cholesterolemia caused by RM. BM also modulated the triacylglyceride response. CM reduced glycemic response, postprandial endotoxemia and C-reactive protein, but increased cholesterolemic response. These postprandial response-modulating actions of bilberries, lingonberries and cinnamon suggest the high-fat/high caloric meal model as a tool for screening protective effects of bioactive-rich foods.

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Cardiometabolic risk, High-fat meal, Inflammation, Metabolic endotoxemia, Postprandial glycemia, Postprandial lipidemia
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10.1016/j.jff.2019.103443
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  articleno    = {103443},
  author       = {Furlan, Cibele Priscila Busch and Valle, Sandra Costa and Maróstica, Mário Roberto and Östman, Elin and Björck, I. and Tovar, Juscelino},
  issn         = {1756-4646},
  keyword      = {Cardiometabolic risk,High-fat meal,Inflammation,Metabolic endotoxemia,Postprandial glycemia,Postprandial lipidemia},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {Elsevier},
  series       = {Journal of Functional Foods},
  title        = {Effect of bilberries, lingonberries and cinnamon on cardiometabolic risk-associated markers following a hypercaloric-hyperlipidic breakfast},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jff.2019.103443},
  volume       = {60},
  year         = {2019},
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