Mineral supplement could stop fatty liver disease progression
“In the long-term studies, we observed that most of the mice on the high-fat diet had large liver tumors while the mice on the same diet had no tumors when they received the mineral supplement,” said Aslam. “These results confirmed our earlier findings that minerals may have the potential to reduce the downstream consequences of fatty liver disease.”
Isabelle Harber (University of Michigan), Dania Zedan (University of Michigan), Shannon McClintock (University of Michigan), James Varani (University of Michigan), Muhammad Aslam (University of Michigan) 526.3 – Liver Proteomic Profile in Mice on a High-Fat Diet: Modulation with Anti-Tumor Intervention
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