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Assessment of Dietary Biomarkers and Metabolic Effects After the Intake of Milk and Cheese

Dietary biomarkers are compounds in biofluids that directly reflect the intake of specific foods or food groups. Their exploration and use in the field of dietary assessments could provide an objective measure of actual intake complementing classical assessment methods (e.g. food frequency questionnaire, 24h recalls). To date, only a limited number of foods have been covered by validated biomarkers. The study is part of the international project "The Food Biomarker Alliance (F...


Liking of Snack Foods - Sub-Study 1

Specific Aims: Environmental factors contributing to overconsumption, such as larger food portion sizes, may be contributing to the obesity epidemic. The objective of the proposed study is to examine the independent and combined effects of portion size and quantity of food on intake in normal weight males and females. Participants will be randomly assigned to one of four conditions varying in the portion size and quantity of junk food provided: small quantity of food package...

The Influence of Soy Isoflavnoids on the Hypocholesterolemic Effects of Soy

Isoflavonoids, through their estrogen-like activity, are in part responsible for the cholesterol lowering properties of soy foods. If this is found to be so, then it would be advantageous not only to promote soy consumption, but also to identify and use soy cultivars with high isoflavonoid content in production of soy food products. These foods may have a use in the reduction of serum cholesterol and if they effectively increase the phytoestrogen activity of soy, may have a rol...


The Glycaemic Response of Local Foods Using the Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

This study is carried out to determine the effect of high and low GI of local foods using Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS™) on 24 hour blood glucose profiles.

Food-for-Families: Experimental Grocery Store Study

This is a study about how the price of foods affects buying choices at the grocery store. The price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. This study is being done to see how changes in food prices affect what mothers choose for their families.

Provision of Breakfast Food in Behavioral Weight Loss

A contributing factor to the rising prevalence of obesity may be increased portion sizes. However, the effect of portion size has not been studied independent of the effect of quantity of food in the context of a behavioral weight loss program. Providing pre-portioned single servings of food may make it easier to reduce caloric and dietary fat intake improving weight loss. In addition, breakfast skipping is associated with obesity and breakfast consumption is associated with...

Effects of Phytoestrogen-Rich Diets on Bone Turnover in Postmenopausal Women

Osteoporosis is a major health problem. It was hypothesized that isoflavone-containing products may be a potential alternative to HRT for preventing bone loss during the menopausal transition. We investigated whether one-year consumption of isoflavone-enriched foods affected bone mineral density, bone metabolism and hormonal status in early postmenopausal women in a randomized double-blind, placebo controlled parallel multi-centre trial.

Fruit and Vegetable Vouchers With and Without an SSB Tax

We aim to examine whether a purchasing incentive for healthy foods has the same effect on dietary intake in a community with and a community without a purchasing penalty for unhealthy foods. We will perform a randomized non-inferiority trial in two locations, San Francisco (SF) and Los Angeles (LA) to test whether a voucher for purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables has a similar effect in LA and in SF, where the former does not but the latter does have a tax on sugar-sweetened...

Effect of Portion Size Over 5 Days in Preschool Children

In this study, the investigators varied the portion size of all meals served during two 5-day periods. During one period, baseline amounts of all foods and beverages were served, and during the other, the portion size of all items was increased by 50%. The primary aim of the study is to determine the effect of varying the portion size of foods and beverages served over 5 days on energy intake in preschool children.

The Combined Portfolio Diet and Exercise Study

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a dietary portfolio of cholesterol-lowering foods (viscous fibres, soy protein, plant sterols and nuts) further enhanced by increased levels of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and low glycemic index foods; together with a structured exercise program reduce the progression of carotid and coronary atheromatous lesions, Low density lipoprotein-cholesterol (LDL-C), and blood pressure, while reducing the number of individuals requ...

A Study to Evaluate High Protein Supplementation in HIV-Positive Patients With Stable Weight Loss

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a high-quality protein food supplement will help HIV-positive patients maintain, and possibly gain, muscle mass. Many HIV-positive patients lose weight that they are then unable to regain. This may be because patients are not eating enough protein or are not eating the right kinds of protein. The protein eaten in foods (such as meat, eggs, or beans) may not be able to make up for the amount of protein lost due to HIV infection....

CABALA Diet & Health Study

During digestion of fatty foods, the liver produces a substance called bile which helps with the absorption of fat in the gut (small intestine). Some research studies have shown that friendly bacteria that live in our gut can change the makeup of bile (referred to as bile acids) leading to a lowering of blood cholesterol levels, an important risk factor for developing heart disease. This finding has been found in people who consume diets high in dietary fibers and probiotics th...

Effects of Three Feeding Regimens on Recovery of Uncomplicated Severely Acute Malnourished Children

This project aims to assess the efficacy of three options under consideration in India for home management of Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM). The investigators propose to conduct a multi-center randomized controlled trial to determine the efficacy of two community-supported home-based regimes using centrally or locally produced Ready to Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTF) for recovery from uncomplicated SAM after 16 weeks of management, compared with an augmented home-prepared foods ...

Protein Bioavailability of Wolffia Globosa (Mankai); Acute Test Meal Effects

The investigators aim to test the protein bioavailability of new specific developed strain of duckweed [Wolffia globose, Mankai] , an aquatic plant, which might serve as a protein source and contains all the 9 essential and the 6 conditional amino acids. The investigators will randomize 45 participants to consume equivalent protein (30gr) content of 3 whole foods items: 1. low-fat cheese (animal protein source, as a reference); 2. Green peas, intact, cooked (plant protein sourc...

Designer Functional Foods on Parameters of Metabolic and Vascular in Prediabetes

This is a multi-site, double-blind, randomized, controlled food intervention study being conducted at the Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine (CCARM) in Winnipeg and the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, to examine the effects of a portfolio of functional foods on blood glucose and lipids, and blood vessel function in individuals with prediabetes. A total of 116 participants (n=58/site) with prediabetes (hemoglobin A1c ≥6.0 &

Food Preference Following Bariatric Surgery

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) decreases appetite, caloric intake, glycemia, and body weight, all of which are maintained long term.It is controversial whether, after RYGB, patients choose to eat less high fat and sugary foods in favor of lower energy dense alternatives. Therefore the proposition to use direct measures in humans after RYGB to test the hypothesis that the selection and intake of foods varying in fat content and glycemic index, as well as the pattern of ingestio...

Food Effects on the Gut Microbiota

This is a small-scale study of the effects on microbes in the human gut of adding high-fiber snack foods to usual diet. The snack foods are being provided by Mondelez International, Inc. Eight pairs of dizygotic twins, discordant or concordant for obesity, will participate in the study. They will complete 3 successive experiments in which their regular diet is supplemented by consumption, over a 6-week period, of high-fiber snack foods. Each experiment will involve (i) two week...

Dairy Foods and Weight Loss

Obesity is a national epidemic with multiple causes and complex solutions. Research in both animals and humans has suggested that the inclusion of dairy foods into a moderate calorie restricted diet can increase weight loss and fat loss. Our proposed project extends these prior findings by determining, for the first time, how inclusion of dairy in a calorie-restricted diet changes the amount of visceral adiposity in overweight and obese subjects. The investigators also propo...

Cultivating Healthy Environments in Families With Type 1 Diabetes (CHEF)

Background: - Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a common chronic disease in children, occurring in approximately 1 of every 400 to 600 children. Children with T1D are unable to produce insulin, a hormone that allows the body to use glucose from food. Children with T1D manage their diabetes by taking insulin, monitoring their blood glucose levels, and watching their diet, including carbohydrates. - Carbohydrates come from many different kinds of food, an...

Personalized Dietary Intervention in Managing Bowel Dysfunction and Improving Quality of Life in Stage I-III Rectosigmoid Cancer Survivors

This pilot clinical trial studies how well personalized dietary intervention works in managing bowel dysfunction and improving quality of life in stage I-III rectosigmoid cancer survivors. Personalized dietary intervention may help people understand bowel symptoms, identify helpful and troublesome foods for bowel symptoms, adjust diets and food preparation based on food triggers, and coach on healthy diet recommendations after cancer treatment.

Weight Loss and Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Prevention Via a Whole Grain Diet in Men and Women With Metabolic Syndrome

The purpose of this study is to determine if intake of whole grain foods as part of a hypocaloric diet enhances weight loss and improves cardiovascular disease risk factors in men and women with metabolic syndrome.

Effects of Phytonutrients on Vascular Health and Skin in Obese Males

This study will determine the effects of beneficial compounds of plant foods, such as pomegranate on cardiovascular health, skin inflammation and aging. This will be tested by asking healthy males to eat a high fat ground beef patty with 8oz. pomegranate juice or 8oz placebo (a study product that looks like pomegranate juice, but contains no active ingredients) and then measuring blood vessel dilation (endothelial function) by blood flow. The investigators also will measure the...

Dietary Intake in Adults From the GA2LEN Folow-up Survey

The Nutrition Study of the GA2LEN Follow-Survey was designed to investigate the association between usual dietary intake and allergic and respiratory outcomes in adults across Europe. Within this framework, a food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) was designed to ascertain usual dietary intake of 250 food items, which was translated into the languages of the participant centres. Information on daily intake of foods, nutrients, and flavonoids was derived.

Back to Basics: Addressing Childhood Obesity Through Traditional Foods in Alaska

Back to Basics is a mixed-methods intervention trial to reduce the prevalence of obese Alaska Native children by increasing the proportion of nutrient-dense traditional and non-traditional foods consumed, and decreasing consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs). This 5-year intervention trial targeting 0-5 year olds is conducted in partnership with Rural Community Action Program, Inc. (RCAP) Head Start (HS), Early Head Start (EHS), and Parents as Teachers (PAT) programs i...

Evaluate the Link Between the Characteristics of Oral Physiology and the Formation of the Food Bolus During the Consumption of Cereal Products in Elderly People

The aim of this study is to understand how foods such as Sponge cake or Brioche are broken down in the mouth. More specifically, investigators wish to evaluate the link between oral physiology (salivation and mastication) and (i) formation of the food bolus during the consumption of Sponge cake or Brioche, that is to say the way in which the food is broken down to be swallowed (ii) mouthfeel during the consumption of Sponge cake or Brioche, meaning the sensations that participa...


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