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Fig. 4 | BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Fig. 4

From: Antidiabetic activity of the ethyl acetate fraction of Ficus lutea (Moraceae) leaf extract: comparison of an in vitro assay with an in vivo obese mouse model

Fig. 4

The effect of diets on food intake and feacal weight of CD1 mice. a Food intake and b Faecal weight at period 0 was when obese state was attained by mice prior to commencement of treatment for about 7 weeks during which food intake and faecal weight were measured thrice weekly until period 21 for final food intake, and (c) Nutrient absorption (mean ± S.E.M.) before and after the treatment period. The nutrient absorption was estimated as the difference between actual food intake and faecal weight

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