Oat Beta-glucan Combined with Jogging Reduces High Cholesterol
As an alternative to drugs, dietary control combined with proper exercise to control cholesterol to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease has attracted widespread attention. Oat contains a variety of chemical components such as starch, protein, fat, dietary fiber, vitamins, phenols, minerals, etc., and has a variety of pharmacological activities. In summary, aerobic exercise combined with oat-dextran is more effective in reducing TC, TG, and DDL-C content in serum than in aerobic exercise or ingesting oat-dextran alone, and can increase HDL-C. content. It shows that aerobic exercise combined with oat dextran has a certain cholesterol-lowering effect, and it is a method that can prevent cardiovascular disease. The mechanism of action of aerobic exercise combined with oat-glucan is mainly through regulating the activity of cholesterol synthesis rate limiting enzyme CYP51, bile acid synthesis CYP7A1, bile acid transporter ABCB11, cholesterol transporter ABCG5, LDLR and other activities.