Dietary Manipulations for Enhancing Cardio-Protective Fatty Acids in the Milk of Dairy Cows

Muhammad Qureshi, Tawheed Ali Azeemi

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The ruminants milk contains a higher proportions of saturated fatty acid (SFA), which is a riskfactor related to cardiovascular disease. The mono and polyunsaturated fatty acid (MUFA, PUFAs),decreasing the risk of heart disease, are low in milk fat. The crossbred cows have beena major source of milk for human consumption. This study was conducted to investigate theeffect of protected palm fats feeding on milk fatty acids profiles of crossbred cows. A total of15 of Crossbred and 15 of Holstein Friesian cows were selected and protected palm fats weresupplemented as: PF-0, PF-25, PF-50, PF-100 and; PF-150; the number representing the quantity(g) of fats/day. Milk sample were collected, analyzed and the study continued for 8 weeks. SFAwas significantly (P<0.05) decreased from 70.80 to 67.45 g/100g while MUFA and PUFA increasedwith the increasing supplementation. It appears that hypercholestermic properties of the milkwere reduced and cardio-protective properties were enhanced by feeding protected palm fats.It was also associated with increased milk yield and progesterone level reflecting better fertilityand productivity. In early lactation 150 g/day palm protected fat may be supplemented for maximumyield, better reproductive performance and healthier milk.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICALS2012
Place of PublicationTurkey
PublisherInTech
Pages423-429
Number of pages7
ISBN (Electronic)9789535107255
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventInternational Conference on Applied Life Sciences (ICALS) - Turkey, Turkey
Duration: 10 Sep 201212 Sep 2012

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Applied Life Sciences (ICALS)
CountryTurkey
Period10/09/1212/09/12

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dairy cows
fatty acids
crossbreds
lipids
cows
milk
protected fat
low fat milk
cardioprotective effect
heart diseases
early lactation
breast milk
cardiovascular diseases
saturated fatty acids
polyunsaturated fatty acids
milk yield
ruminants
progesterone
reproductive performance
Holstein

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Qureshi, M., & Azeemi, T. A. (2012). Dietary Manipulations for Enhancing Cardio-Protective Fatty Acids in the Milk of Dairy Cows. In ICALS2012 (pp. 423-429). Turkey: InTech.
Qureshi, Muhammad ; Azeemi, Tawheed Ali. / Dietary Manipulations for Enhancing Cardio-Protective Fatty Acids in the Milk of Dairy Cows. ICALS2012. Turkey : InTech, 2012. pp. 423-429
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Qureshi, M & Azeemi, TA 2012, Dietary Manipulations for Enhancing Cardio-Protective Fatty Acids in the Milk of Dairy Cows. in ICALS2012. InTech, Turkey, pp. 423-429, International Conference on Applied Life Sciences (ICALS), Turkey, 10/09/12.

Dietary Manipulations for Enhancing Cardio-Protective Fatty Acids in the Milk of Dairy Cows. / Qureshi, Muhammad; Azeemi, Tawheed Ali.

ICALS2012. Turkey : InTech, 2012. p. 423-429.

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperConference paper

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