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Effect of feeding drumstick (moringa oleifera) tree leaves at different levels on blood biochemical parameters in broiler rabbits

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Siddeswara, N.C., Guruprasad, R., Y.B. Rajeshwari, Shivakumar, R., Abdul Mateen, K.W., Uday Kumar and J. Shilpa Shree
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Abstract: 

Numbers of population studies have linked elevated concentration of Total Cholesterol or Low density lipid (LDL) cholesterol in plasma with increased incidence of atherosclerotic events. In India, for instance the leaves of Moringa oleifera Lam are claimed to posses’ cholesterol-reducing effect and are used to treat patients with heart disease and obesity. In this direction, leaves of Moringa oleifera, a leguminous forage tree can be a good unconventional feed supplement for animals and its effect on blood parameters was studied in this experiment. The mean serum total cholesterol (mg/dl) values during feeding trial ranged between 84.253.17 (T3) and 117.301.55 (T2). This shows that inclusion of M.oleifera leaves have hypolipidaemic effect. The blood glucose concentration in rabbits was significantly depressed at 10% level of Moringa incorporation because Moringa is known to posses’ anti-hyperglycemic effect or hypoglycemic effect. The hypoglycemic effect and hypolipidaemic effect was noticed in the groups fed with Moringa oleifera leaves, thus we may recommend the inclusion of Moringa oleifera leaves in the diet of human beings those suffering with high blood sugar level and higher blood cholesterol / lipid levels. And also further studies are desirable to know the maximum level of inclusion of Moringa oleifera leaves in broiler rabbits diet.

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