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- Soualem-Mami, Z.; Brixi-Gormat, N.; Djaziri, F. -Z.; Hmimed, S.; Belarbi, M.
- Phytothérapie 2015 v.13 no.4 pp. 223-230
- Secale; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; body weight; chemical composition; cholesterol; hypoglycemia; metabolism; oxidation; proteins; rats; rye; rye bran; triacylglycerols; vitamin E
- ... The bran of secale represents the external envelope, an important part of the grains of rye because of its nutritional and therapeutic interest. The study carried on the chemical composition of the bran of rye, watch which the bran is a source rich in fibers with an important rate estimated at 39%. This work concerns the research of the hypoglycemia effect, correct lipidic metabolic disorders and ...
- Oueslati, H. -A.; Ghédira, K.
- Phytothérapie 2015 v.13 no.4 pp. 234-238
- Trigonella foenum-graecum; amino acids; anti-infective properties; antioxidants; crude fiber; diosgenin; fenugreek; food allergies; galactomannans; glycemic effect; medicinal plants; medicinal properties; medicine; minerals; patients; phytopharmaceuticals; protein sources; sapogenins; seeds; temperate zones; toxicity; traditional foods; vitamins; India; Mediterranean region
- ... Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is one of the oldest cultivated spice and medicinal plants which belongs to the family Fabacecae. It is an annual leguminous crop that has been commonly used as a traditional food and medicine. It is native of a region extending from Northern India, but now it grows widely in the Mediterranean countries. Fenugreek is a cool climate species and grows best in su ...