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Articles by A.Z. Moghaddam
Total Records ( 2 ) for A.Z. Moghaddam
  F. Papan and A.Z. Moghaddam
  Soy defatted meal which contains some useful phytochemicals other than high amounts of protein has been used in fish food formula. In this research four species of fish with local names of Shirbot (Barbs grypsus), Berzem (Barbus barbilus), Capoor (Cyprinus carpio) and Ghezel-ala (Salmo trutta) were analysed for their nutritional value. The protein contents were between 17.4 to 19.8% and the fat between 1.5 to 8.9%. Soy isoflavones in the fish formula were determined with HPLC. The amount of soy defatted meal used in the fish food formula was estimated on the basis of its soy isoflavone content, which is a new suggestion to do this for fish food formula and other soy containing food-stuff. Soy isoflavone metabolites were traced in fish meat as well.
  M. Karandish , S.T. Rahideh and A.Z. Moghaddam
  The aim of this double blind randomized controlled trial was to determine the effect of Vitamin C supplementation on oxidative stress following 30 min moderate intensity exercise. Forty-nine healthy young women randomly assigned into 500 mg day-1 vitamin C supplement (n = 25) or placebo (n = 24) groups for two weeks. Before supplementation and on the day after the intervention period, fasting blood samples were taken. Then all participants ran (1.4-1.7 m sec-1) for 30 min. Third blood samples were taken at the end of exercise. Plasma malondialdehyde (MDA) and vitamin C were measured using HPLC method. Plasma total glutathione was measured with ELISA method. No significant differences were observed in demographic and vitamin C intakes before intervention between groups. Plasma MDA levels decreased and plasma total glutathione increased significantly (p<0.05) in both groups. No significant differences were observed between groups after exercise. There were significant differences in plasma vitamin C concentrations after intervention and exercise between groups. In conclusion, vitamin C supplementation (500 mg day-1) for two weeks does not affect oxidative stress markers following moderate intensity exercise in healthy young women.
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