EFFECT OF POWDER LEAF BREADFRUIT DISPOSALS (Arthocarpus Altilis) IN OIL MANDAR DISTRICT AND POLMAN AGAINST CHOLESTEROL AND GLUCOSE MICE ( Mus Musculus )

A. Mu'nisa(1*), A. Asmawati(2), Farida Arsal(3), Fressy FA.(4), Erni Erni(5),

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of powdered leaves of breadfruit (Arthocarpus altilis) on oil is mandated origin of the Polman glucose and cholesterol levels in mice (Mus musculus). This study comprised 4 treatments and each treatment consisted of 5 replicates, ie groups of mice were fed a standard (negative control); 2 groups: group of mice fed with standard and cholesterol feed (positive control); Group 3 that mice fed with standard and Selayar oil; and group 4: group of mice fed with standard and Mandar oil that has been given powdered leaves of breadfruit. Measurement of glucose and blood cholesterol levels in mice done 3 times ie 2 weeks after the adaptation period (phase 1), 2 weeks after administration of the oil (phase 2) and 2 weeks after feeding cholesterol (stage 3). Based on the analysis of data both cholesterol and glucose levels showed that in a group of 4 decreased glucose and cholesterol levels in stage 2 but at stage 3 an increase in the group of mice given only the oil while in the group of mice given the oil and powdered leaves of breadfruit indicate glucose levels and normal cholesterol. The conclusion of this study show that the addition of powdered leaves of breadfruit into cooking oil Mandar influential in glucose levels and normalize blood cholesterol levels in mice.

Keywords : leaves of breadfruit ( Arthocarpus altilis ) , cholesterol , glucose , edible oil origin Mandar

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