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SATIOSTAT is a composition comprising a specific dietary fibre component (a mixture of hydrocolloids with excellent safety profiles and a long history of use in humans) and a lipid component (long-chain fatty acids). The goal of this combination is to achieve long-acting delivery of long-chain fatty acids to the intestinal lining, triggering the sustained release of satiety-signals from intestinal cells, and consequently reducing appetite and lowering food intake in humans.
Effects of acute ingestion of SATIOSTAT vs. a control will be examined. On a first and second study day, volunteers receive a preload of either SATIOSTAT or a control and then an oral glucose load of 75g enriched with C13 sodium acetate. Gastric emptying will be measured by means of a breath test, and insulin, glucose and satiation hormones will be assessed. On the third and fourth study day, volunteers receive a preload of either SATIOSTAT or a control and are then presented a test meal. Total calorie intake is measured as well as subjective feelings of satiation. In addition satiation hormones are measured.
Allocation: Randomized, Intervention Model: Crossover Assignment, Masking: Single Blind (Subject), Primary Purpose: Basic Science
Control treatment + oral glucose, SATIOSTAT treatment + oral glucose, Control treatment + meal intake, SATIOSTAT treatment + meal intake
University Hospital, Basel, Switzerland
Published on BioPortfolio: 2016-11-08T09:23:22-0500
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