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Articles by R. Bhat
Total Records ( 2 ) for R. Bhat
  A.A. Noor Aziah , L.H. Ho , C.A. Komathi and R. Bhat
  The Resistant Starch (RS) content of Peeled Raw Pumpkin Pulp (PRPP), Unpeeled Raw Pumpkin Pulp (URPP), Peeled Pumpkin Pulp Flour (PPPF), Unpeeled Pumpkin Pulp Flour (UPPF) and crackers incorporated with different levels of the PPPF and UPPF were investigated in this study. Results showed that URPP to have significantly higher RS content compared to PRPP. Likewise, UPPF had significantly higher RS content compared to PPPF. No significant differences were observed between crackers incorporated with different levels of PPPF. However, significantly higher RS content was found in the crackers incorporated with 15 and 20% UPPF, with the 20% UPPF crackers having high RS content. Crackers incorporated with UPPF had significantly high RS content compared to PPPF incorporated crackers with similar levels of incorporation (except for the 5% incorporation).
  M. Niranjan , H.S. Nagaraja , B.K. Anupama , N. Bhagyalakshmi , R. Bhat and A. Prabha
  The aim of the study was to evaluate if prolonged supervised integrated exercise in male hypertensive patients reverses the deterioration of heart rate variability. Sixty six male hypertensive patients were divided into exercise (n = 30) and non-exercise groups (n = 36). Exercise group patients underwent a supervised integrated exercise program for one-year. Time domain analysis of heart rate variability was performed from electrocardiogram during deep breathing. Heart rate variability decreased significantly (p<0.001) in hypertensive patients. HRV increased significantly after six months (p<0.001) and 12 months (p<0.01) of integrated exercise training. There was a significant decrease in blood pressure (p<0.001) in exercised hypertensive patients after 12 months compared to non-exercised group. Heart rate variability was significantly decreased (p<0.001) than normotensives after one-year in the non-exercised hypertensive patients. Long term supervised integrated exercise increased deep breathing heart rate variability and decreased blood pressure in the hypertensive patients. This suggested that integrated exercise program was able to reverse the autonomic dysregulation seen in hypertensive patients.
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