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The Carotene and Retinol Efficacy Trial (CARET) was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of the cancer prevention efficacy and safety of a daily combination of 30 mg of beta-carotene and 25,000 IU of retinyl palmitate in 18,314 persons at high risk for lung cancer. CARET began in 1985, and the intervention was halted in January 1996, 21 months ahead of schedule, with the twin conclusions for definitive evidence of no benefit and substantial evidence of a harmful...
This is a pilot trial testing enteral feeds that are high versus low in prebiotic fiber in 20 critically ill adults. The long-term goal is to determine the efficacy of fiber for the prevention of pathogen colonization/infection in the ICU.
The effects of a dietary fiber on hunger and food intake will be tested in men and women. Participants will receive fiber as part of a breakfast meal on two occasions. On another occasion, participants will receive the same breakfast, without added fiber. Their feelings of hunger and fullness will be measured over the day. They will be offered lunch, dinner and an evening snack and how much they eat will be recorded. It is expected that the fiber supplement will enhance their f...
Twenty healthy volunteers had their baseline parameters (symptoms, bowel habit, quality of life, fecal characteristics and microbiota) measured during a week of monitoring followed by randomization to a 14 days course of increased fiber in diet or increased fiber and water intake, with repetition of parameters measuring at the end.
The study will assess the gastrointestinal tolerability of multiple servings of a novel dietary fiber at three different dose levels in generally healthy men and women. Double-blind controlled, cross-over clinical trial with negative (no added fiber) and positive controls. Multiple servings over 24h, with data collection at 24 and 48h and 1 week wash-out between cross-overs. 45 randomized, generally healthy men and women, 18-54 y, BMI higher or equal to 18.5 and smaller or equa...
The purpose of this pilot study is to assess the feasibility of a 3-month dietary fiber intervention: 1) engaging adolescents in regularly consuming a dietary fiber preparation (psyllium powder) and obtaining their parents' support, 2) recruit into a clinical pilot trial with liquid meal challenge test to study the metabolic effects of the dietary fiber preparation. A study modification will be submitted to add additional study arms for feasibility (strength training, coaching)...
This study will help elucidate the mechanism underlying the cardioprotective and anti-diabetes effect of dietary fiber by exploring a comprehensive set of inflammatory and oxidative stress markers, based on a contemporary understanding of this process. In addition, there have been very few studies that explored the immediate change in oxidative stress and incretin secretion after fiber intake. In this study, the investigators will be able assess the short term metabolic impact ...
There is a need to assess the LDL-C-lowering abilities of a dietary fiber ingredient, in order to confirm the product's efficacy. Thus, the objective of this study is to assess the effect of 3g dietary fiber on lowering serum LDL-C in otherwise healthy men and women.
The purpose of this randomized, cross-over study is to explore the effects of pea hull fiber on bowel movement frequency, transit time, appetite, gastrointestinal symptoms, microbiota composition and activity.
Colonoscopy is widely considered as the main choice for patients with suspected colorectal disease,and for screening those at high risk of colorectal cancer. The increasing widespread use of this technique and it's dependence on the expertise of the endoscopist therefore produce a critical need for appropriate，effcient training to allow for the acquisition of competence.Magnetic endoscopic imaging(MEI),a non-radiographic imaging technique,has been shown to be beneficial in tr...
This is a single center randomized controlled trial to compare bowel cleansing for outpatient colonoscopy in two groups of participants: one group will receive instructions of one-day structured low fiber diet whilst the other group will receive three-day low fiber diet. Both groups will receive the same bowel cleansing solution (polyethylene glycol plus ascorbic acid). Bowel cleansing will be assessed according the Boston Bowel Preparation Scale.
Thirty individuals with ALS (18 men and 12 women, mean age 59 years, range 44-74 years), and 30 healthy controls matched for age and gender, participated. Individuals with ALS and from the control group were randomly divided into three groups, each using a different communication device systems (Kinect®, Leap Motion Controller® or touchscreen) to perform two task phases (acquisition and retention). Performance was then explored in a third phase (transfer) by switching devices...
This randomized, double-blind, comparator controlled trial evaluated the blood glucose and insulin responses in healthy adults, after consuming a high fiber or low fiber muffin top.
The objective of this study is to develop a rationale for the selective treatment of small fiber neuropathy with immune globulin (IVIG) in the appropriate patients. The investigators hypothesize that individuals with auto-antibodies targeting neuronal antigens (TS-HDS and FGFR3) and confirmed evidence of small fiber neuropathy (by skin biopsy analysis of intra-epidermal nerve fiber density) will have an improvement in both nerve fiber density and pain after treatment with immu...
The aim is to study the effects of flaxseed mucilage, rich in dietary fiber on apparent fat and energy digestibility in young adults.
This study will provide needed insight on the satiety and blood glucose and l effects of the soluble fiber gum acacia at 20g and 40g doses.
Dietary fiber intake has been shown to have modest effect in lowering cholesterol. However, most of these studies were done with 20g/daily fiber intake. Not much is known about high dietary fiber intake (30-40 g/day) and serum cholesterol. Also, there have been small studies that have shown modest decrease in oxidative stress by increasing dietary fiber intake. The goal of our study is to determine the efficacy /safety of high dietary fiber intake in raising HDL, lowering L...
The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of daily consumption of snacks with and without pea hull fiber on gastrointestinal function, gastrointestinal symptoms, food intake, appetite, changes in fecal and microbioal composition and activity. Fifty maintenance hemodialysis hemodialysis and CKD patients in stage 4 or 5 will be recruited to participate in a randomized, blinded, 13-week cross-over study evaluating snack foods containing 15 g/d of pea hull fiber.
The aim of this study is to - Measure the effect on gene expression in leukocytes from a meal rich in oat bran - Investigate the postprandial glucose, insulin and triglyceride responses after intake of meals containing fiber from different sources (oat, rye and sugar beet fiber) or a meal containing a mixture of these three fibers
In this research study, investigators are interested in how certain dietary fibers in the diet affect certain hormones released from your intestine after eating and how these influence your appetite. The study hypothesis is that certain fibers will slow digestion and absorption of nutrients thereby optimizing fullness,reducing food intake and limiting insulin response in pre- and post-menopausal women.
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are believed to have positive effects on calcium absorption and bone accrual during growth. This study aims to see whether the addition of fiber in the form of FOS to a calcium-containing beverage will increase calcium absorption. During two clinical visits, participants will receive a beverage containing a small amount of calcium, supplemented with either no dietary fiber or a small amount of fiber. Height, weight, bone density and geometry, calciu...
Risk for falls has been associated with falls efficacy and postural balance. The objective was to compare the effects on the footprint and the stabilometry of the continuous stretch and the intermittent. Subjects were randomly assigned to an intermittent stretching protocol group or continuous stretch group both of them loading passive plantar flexor stretching. Static footprint and stabilometry were measured before and after both protocols.
The study will assess the gastrointestinal tolerability of a single serving of a novel dietary fiber at three different dose levels in generally healthy men and women. Double-blind controlled, cross-over clinical trial with negative (no added fiber) and positive controls. Single dose, with 24 hours data collection and 1 week wash-out between cross-overs. 45 randomized, generally healthy men and women, 18-54 y, BMI higher or equal to 18.5 and smaller or equal to 39.99 kg/m2. Nov...
White matter fiber tracking may provide a novel tool to assess the integrity of injured motor tracts in the cervical spine. It provides information about fiber directions which is not given by conventional MRI. White matter fiber tracking in the brain is used at several institutions, including our own medical college, for presurgical planning of tumor excision. We believe that the technical and clinical experience gained for the brain can be applied to fiber tracking in the cer...
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is characterized by progressive subcortical and cortical neuronal degeneration. AD patients differ in the time course of neuronal degeneration and accompanying cognitive decline. With recent advances in MR imaging, including optimized data acquisition and processing techniques, tools that are especially well suited for tracking long-term pathological changes as well as drug treatment effects have become available. In addition to structural imagin...