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Table 1 General plasmatic parameters of WKY after 7 week with different diets.

Figure 1: Solid intake (g/kg/24h) (A) and feaces weight (g/kg/24h) (B) at 1st, 4th and 7th weeks of treatment. Wistar Kyoto rats were treated with normal diet (ND), fat diet (FD), ND+10%oligofrutose (OFS) or FD+10%OFS. Values are presented as mean ± SEM (n = 5); *P < 0.05 compared to normal diet, # P < 0.05 compared to fat diet.

Figure 2: Weight gain (g) of Wistar Kyoto rats treated with normal diet (ND), fat diet (FD), ND+10%oligofrutose (OFS) or FD+10%OFS, after 7 week. Values are presented as mean ± SEM (n = 5); # P < 0.05 compared to fat diet.

Figure 3: Total cholesterol (total C, g/L), cholesterol in HDL (HDL-C, g/L) and TGA (g/L) of Wistar Kyoto rats treated with normal diet (ND), fat diet (FD), ND+10%oligofrutose (OFS) or FD+10%OFS, after 7 weeks. Values are presented as mean ± SEM (n = 5); *P < 0.05 compared to normal diet, # P < 0.05 compared to fat diet.

Figure 4: Liver morphology of semi-thin sections stained with 1% toluidine blue in 1% borax, under light microscopy (x500), of Wistar Kyoto rats treated with normal diet (ND) (A), fat diet (FD) (B), ND+10%oligofrutose (OFS) (C) or FD+10%OFS (D), after 7 weeks.

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