Temporal Patterns of Diet and the Changes in Body Composition and Blood Pressure

2019-07-11 00:00:06 | BioPortfolio


The study includes two parts: 1) an observational study examines the association of meal frequency, meal timing, and meal regularity with short-term changes in blood pressure and body composition; 2) a randomized controlled intervention examines the influence of recommendation of increase breakfast frequency and decrease nighttime snacking on 1-year changes in blood pressure and body composition.

Study Design


Body Composition


Breakfast promotion, Nighttime snack reduction


Active, not recruiting


National Yang Ming University

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-07-11T00:00:06-0400

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