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Type 2 diabetes can be prevented by lifestyle changes in high-risk subjects. However, controversies exist on nutritional management of diabetes. Recent data suggests that glucose and insulin responses are affected by not only the quality, but the quantity of carbohydrate consumed. This is referred to as glycemic load. To date, there have not been any prospective randomized studies which examine the utility of a low glycemic load diet. The purpose of the proposed study ...
Compared to the traditional low fat diet for overweight patients with type 2 diabetes, recent evidence shows that low carbohydrate/high protein diets lower triglycerides and postprandial glucose levels more effectively. However, it is not known, whether this diet can also improve the subclinically impaired myocardial function in type 2 diabetes. This prospective parallel group and cross over design study compares the effects of a low glycemic and insulinemic diet (LOGI®) with ...
The intent of this study is to examine the extent to which daily incorporation of egg into a diet improves glycemic control, insulin sensitivity, lipid profiles, and body composition in overweight and obese adults with pre- and type II-diabetes. The hypothesis of this study is that the daily incorporation of one large egg into a diet for 12 weeks will exert positive effects on factors associated with glycemic control and insulin sensitivity in overweight and obese adults with p...
There is some consensus that high fat diets can contribute to the development of obesity and type 2 diabetes in humans and animals. An increase in dietary fat has been shown to produce obesity and diabetes in mice; such diet-induced diabetes can be reversed by reducing the fat in the diet. In humans, there is some evidence that low-fat diets can produce acute improvements in blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes-even in the absence of weight loss. In most human studies, howe...
The aim of this study will be to evaluate in patients with type 2 diabetes the effects on liver fat of an intervention with a diet relatively rich in CHO/rich in fibre/low GI or a diet rich in MUFA, either combined or not with a structured program of physical exercise, with emphasis on mechanisms possibly underlining these effects, namely changes in postprandial triglyceride-rich lipoproteins, body fat distribution, insulin sensitivity, oxidative stress and inflammation, adipos...
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes are health conditions that are strongly influenced by a person's diet. Although the best diet to prevent CVD and diabetes is uncertain, reducing intake of saturated and transunsaturated fats is known to help lower cardiovascular risk. However, even diets low in these fats can vary widely in other energy providing nutrients, particularly carbohydrates. This study will determine the effects of a higher versus lower carbohydrate diet, each...
The study is a randomized pilot study. The research hypothesis is that the diet high in SDS content (H-SDS) will lower the daylong glycemic response and improve the glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) compared to the diet low in SDS content (L-SDS).
Healthy individuals with type 2 diabetes will receive intensive counseling on food selection to improve glucose control using either high cereal fiber dietary strategies or low glycemic index foods emphasizing dried legumes and their products. The treatments will last 3 months with bloods taken for HbA1c, glucose and blood lipids. If the study shows a benefit for either or both diets, then use of high fiber and/or low glycemic index foods in the diet may provide another potent...
Diabetes is one of the most common and chronic diseases in the world, with the prevalence and incidence of this disease rising in most societies, especially in Iran. Suitable treatments for type 2 diabetes include changing lifestyle with exercise, nutrition, and drug use. New research suggests that added sugar, especially fructose, is the main trigger for diabetes and pre-diabetes even more potent than other carbohydrates. Fructose has a low glycemic index (23μg =) and slowly ...
The aim of the study is to investigate glycemic control during a low carbohydrate diet compared with during a high carbohydrate diet in adults with insulin pump treated type 1 diabetes.
The purpose of the study is to assess whether, in individuals with type 2 diabetes, a low-fat, vegan diet improves blood glucose control more effectively than a control diet based on current American Diabetes Association (ADA) guidelines. The principal measure is hemoglobin A1c. Cardiovascular risk factors and dietary acceptability are also assessed. The study duration is 22 weeks with a one-year follow-up.
This study will compare the effects of a low glycemic load versus standard diet for pregnancy on outcomes related to risk for obesity, diabetes, and heart disease in both mother and infant.
The clinical study determines the safety and efficacy of Sitagliptin (MK0431) in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus who have inadequate glycemic control on diet/exercise therapy.
BACKGROUND: The treatment with continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) offers improved glycemic control for patients with type 1 diabetes. However, patients with type 1 diabetes usually intake foods with sugar, even without hypoglycemic episodes, and the use of advanced carbohydrate counting method may increase the calories and carbohydrate intake. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate and compare the influence of sucrose-free diet or sucrose-added diet on glucose variability in patients...
To evaluate the acute effect of a low and high glycemic index breakfast on the glycemic response and satiety in subjects with type 2 diabetes mellitus under intensive insulin therapy.
To determine if tree nuts (Almonds, Hazelnuts, Pistachios, Peanuts, Macadamia nuts, Pecans, Walnuts and Cashews) improve glycemic control in type 2 diabetes, as assessed by HbA1c and serum fructosamine, and to assess whether these outcomes relate to improvements in cardiovascular health (i.e. plasma lipids and measures of oxidative stress, inflammatory biomarkers and nitric oxide generation). We have found that nuts tend to reduce the glycemic index of bread and have little ef...
Aim: The United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) showed a reduction in cardiovascular events in obese patients with type-2-diabetes treated with metformin compared with other hypoglycaemic treatments with no difference in glycemic control between treatments. Non-obese patients with type-2-diabetes are usually treated with insulin-secretagogues or insulin when diet fails. Since non-obese patients with type-2-diabetes also carry a high risk of cardiovascular even...
This study will investigate the use of a low biologically available and high protein diet (LoBAG) for treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Subjects with type 2 diabetes will be recruited and asked to adhere to this diet or a control diet for 12 weeks. Food preparation will be done by subjects following instruction from the study team. The hypothesis to be tested is that the LoBAG diet will produce a significant reduction in hemoglobin (HgbA1c) and other markers when compared ...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether low and intermediate GI Caribbean foods are effective in the management of type 2 diabetes.
Research to date suggests that the selection of lower glycemic index foods, that is, foods provoking a slower, more sustained blood sugar response, may result in improved glycemic control in youth with diabetes. However, there is currently insufficient data to support practice recommendations. The purpose of this pilot study is to test the blood glucose response to low and high glycemic index meals in youth with diabetes using continuous blood glucose monitoring, and to determi...
The purpose of this proposed randomized, controlled trial is to compare the effects of high monounsaturated fat diets and high carbohydrate diets on body weight, body composition, glycemic control, plasma lipids, and other cardiovascular risk factors over a period of one year. At present, no such studies of free-living subjects have been performed. The specific aims of the proposed project are to test the hypotheses that (1) a high monounsaturated fat diet will produce greater ...
This is a randomized prospective clinical study in patients with type 2 diabetes to evaluate the effect of dairy products with full or low fat on glycemic control and cardio-metabolic risk factors in comparison to a regular diet.
Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy on Glycemic Variability and Safety of Gemigliptin Compared With Dapagliflozin Added on Metformin Alone or Diabetes Medication Naïve Patient in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (Stable II Study)
The objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy on glycemic variability and safety of gemigliptin 50 mg orally administered once daily for 12 weeks compared with Dapagliflozin 10mg in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus who have inadequate glycemic control on metformin alone or diabetes medication naïve patient
The primary objective of this study is to test the hypothesis that glycemic control, as measured by change in hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) from baseline to endpoint, with exenatide is superior to that of placebo after 28 weeks of treatment in adolescent patients with type 2 diabetes who are naïve to antidiabetic agents(with diet and exercise) or who are being treated with Met, SU, or a combination of Met and SU (with or without diet and exercise).
The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of two different non-energy restricted controlled carbohydrate programs with the American Diabetes Associations' diet on glycosylated hemoglobin and other diabetes risk factors in obese adolescents with metabolic syndrome, a constellation of symptoms associated with the development of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.