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Marine Protein Hydrolysate as Dietary Supplement in Elderly Part I

The aim of this study is to investigate the potential effect of a marine protein hydrolysate (MPH) supplement before a meal on postprandial glucose tolerance in healthy subjects, to achieve more knowledge on this presumed beneficial, blood glucose lowering effect

The Long-term Effect of Marine Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation in Renal Transplantation

This is a long-term intervention study on the effects of marine n-3 PUFAs in renal transplantation. Our hypothesis is that patients treated with marine n-3 PUFA supplementation will have less decline in kidney transplant function compared to patients treated with placebo.

Evaluation of Calcium and Vitamin D Supplementation During Marine Corps Training

The primary objective of this randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial is to determine the efficacy and effectiveness of Ca and vitamin D supplementation provided daily throughout Marine Corps recruit training on maintenance of PTH and indices of bone strength in Marine Corps recruits. The investigators hypothesize that Ca+D will prevent elevations in PTH and result in greater increases in indices of bone strength compared to placebo.

Marine Protein Hydrolysate as Dietary Supplement in Elderly

The potential use of marine protein hydrolysates (MPH) as a supplement with similar or better health benefits than a regular white fish meal, can be regarded both cost-effective, environmental friendly and sustainable. The aim of this study is to investigate the potential effect of increasing/different doses of MPH supplement on urinary nitrogen retention in healthy elderly, to provide a basis for the optimalization of the daily dose for further use of MPH in clinical study pro...

A Clinical Double Blind, Randomized Study of the Efficacy of Hyperuricemia Treatment With Anserine Product.

Hyperuricemia is a common metabolic disorder.The Yaizu Suisankagaku Industry Company have developed industrial production named Marine Active, was able to offer anti-fatigue activity by animal trial data. Human clinical trials showed reduced creatine phosphokinase activity and a sero-uric acid reduction activity was also observed. So we are committed to design the clinical randomized, double blind study about hyperuricemia management with Marine Active. All these efforts are ho...

Study to Evaluate the Acute Bioavailability of EPA and DHA From a DietarySupplement in Healthy Men and Women

The objective of this study was to evaluate and compare the acute bioavailability of EPA and DHA in wax ester form provided as a dietary supplement compared to a well-studied and defined ethyl ester formulation in generally healthy men and women.

Effect of Nutrition Ingredients on Microbiota Modulation

The objective of this study is to evaluate in healthy volunteers the time-dependent effect of daily consumption for four weeks of six different nutrition ingredients on relative abundance of microbial taxa in fecal samples. Second, the study looks at the time-dependent effect of six different nutrition ingredients on alpha and beta diversity of microbiota in fecal samples. Moreover, the time-dependent effect of six different nutrition ingredients on gastrointestinal symptoms an...

n-3 Fatty Acid Infusion and Type 2 Diabetes

The purpose of this experimental study is to investigate whether an acute lipid infusion added marine n-3 fatty acids produces effects on insulin sensitivity in subjects with type 2 diabetes, when compared with an acute lipid infusion without marine n-3 fatty acids. Furthermore other effects on intermediary metabolism are tested for.

A Nicotine Pharmacokinetics and Smoking Behaviour Study Examining Cigarette Ingredients

This study will compare nicotine delivery and smoking behaviour in healthy subjects using several combustible cigarette prototypes containing different ingredients which are commonly used in the European Union.

The Emerging Role of Resolvins in the Prevention of Chronic Pain After Thoracic Surgery

The aim of the study is to investigate whether pre-operative dysregulated systemic lipid mediator pathways are associated with increased risk for the development of persistent post surgical pain. In addition we will investigate whether treatment with an over the counter dietary supplement containing a fractionated marine lipid derivative from anchovy and sardine oil prevents the development of chronic pain after surgery.

Marine Protein Hydrolysate as Dietary Supplement in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

The use of natural bioactive products for prevention and treatment of a wide spectrum of conditions, including gastrointestinal disorders and conditions is well known. Based on current evidences, the scientific validity of such products is limited. However, there is sufficient preliminary data to indicate that bioactive compounds may be novel for potentially clinical use, thus further clinical trials investigating effect are needed. This trial is meant to evaluate the effect of...

Itraconazole Oral Absorption

For tablets to be absorbed, the drug must dissolve after being swallowed. Drugs with low solubility sometimes require the inert ingredients in tablets to help the drug dissolve after being swallowed. This study uses itraconazole as an example drug with low solubility. Itraconazole tablets with different inert ingredients and manufacturing will be administered to healthy volunteers to see if the different inert ingredients and manufacturing impact drug absorption.

A Comparative Evaluation of a MPS Dressing and a CMC Dressing on Subjects With Lower Extremity Venous Ulcers

Venous leg ulcers are lower extremity ulcers that develop due to sustained venous hypertension resulting from chronic venous insufficiency. Varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, poor calf muscle function, arterio-venous fistulae, obesity and history of leg fracture are some of the risk factors for venous ulceration. Numerous dressing types exist to treat these ulcers. This study will compare a marine polysaccharide (MPS) dressing to a carboxymethylcellulose dressing to determin...

Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy-Essential Oil Intervention

This study will evaluate an oil blend with active ingredients for the reduction in chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy in people with breast cancer. Half of the participants will receive the oil blend with active ingredients and the other half will receive a placebo (an oil blend with no active ingredients). One-fourth of the people will also take pictures of their life with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.

Trial of a Nutritional Blend to Prevent Cognitive Decline in Older Adults

To show the efficacy of a 4-year intervention with nutritional blend of ingredients to prevent cognitive decline.

The Effect of Energy Drink Ingredients on Cardiovascular Function in Men and Women 18-39 Years Old

1. Statement of the research question: Does the caffeine in energy drinks interact with other ingredients to affect cardiovascular function in healthy male and female adults after exercise? 2. Purpose and significance of the study: Energy drinks are beverages promoted to enhance alertness along with athletic and cognitive performance. The most common ingredients found in energy drinks include water, sugar, caffeine, taurine, and B-vitamins, with variable in...

The Effect on Glycemic Responses and Subjective Ratings of Satiety of a Snack With or Without Ingredients to Slow Carbohydrate Digestion

The objective of this trial is to compare a snack with ingredients (whole grains and dietary fiber) to slow carbohydrate digestion to a similar control snack without such ingredients and evaluate the effect of the snack on glycemic response and subjective satiety. The test product will be compared with a control product as well as white bread in a randomized, controlled, crossover trial including 20 healthy males or females between the ages of 18 and 70 and having a body mass i...

Marin Protein Hydrolysate and Metabolic Syndrome

Overweight and obesity are increasing global health problems and the most important contributors to morbidity and mortality. The maintenance of long-term weight loss is difficult, and individuals often regain weight after an intervention program is finished. It is of interest to find ways to prevent and alleviate metabolic syndrome (MetS), beyond the known effects of lifestyle modification and weight loss. Fish has been proposed as a food that may have favorable effects on meta...

The Effects of Trout Fed With a Vegetable Based Feed on Cardiovascular Risk Markers and Plasma Proteome

Fish from the aquaculture sector constitutes an increasing part of the fish consumption in Denmark. The most important farmed fish in Denmark is the rainbow trout. Due to limited access of wild fish for the feed production, alternative feeding regimes of vegetable origin such as vegetable proteins and rapeseed oil are used instead of marine feed. This change in feeding regime may affect flesh quality and health and nutritional properties as the content of long-chain n-3 polyuns...

Fluids Affecting Bladder Urgency and Lower Urinary Symptoms

This study evaluates the elimination of consuming beverages with certain ingredients (caffeine, alcohol, artificial sweeteners, acidic juices) to treat the bladder symptom of urinary urgency. Half of participants (all women) will receive instructions to replace beverages containing these ingredients with beverages such as water or milk. The other half of participants will receive instructions on following the United States Department of Agriculture guidelines on healthy eating.

Effects of Functional Ingredients in an Acute Metabolic Challenge Context

After an energy-rich meal the blood levels of glucose and lipids undergo a marked temporary increase, triggering a wave of oxidative stress due to the appearance of excess free radicals in adipose and muscle tissues. Elevated postprandial hypertriglyceridemia has been associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Hence, postprandial changes in different circulating biomarkers are potential predictors of cardiometabolic risk. In addition to the po...

Screening of Phytochemical Rich Ingredients as 'Functional Foods' to Improve Cardiometabolic Health

To find out whether consumption of different kinds of plant based functional food ingredients, traditionally used in Asia, can improve post-meal response of indicators of heart and metabolic (cardiometabolic) function.

Moisturizer Containing Licochalcone A, Decanediol, L-carnitine and Salicylic Acid in Reducing Relapsing of Acne

Eucerin ProACNE® with the active ingredients of licochalcone A, decanediol, L-carnitine, and salicylic acid may be beneficial in alternative treatment of acne in maintenance phase. This study aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Eucerin ProACNE® with the active ingredients of licochalcone A, decanediol, L-carnitine, and salicylic acid during the maintenance phase of acne in Thai patients.

Observational Study in Real Life to Describe the Libicare® Effectiveness in Female Sexual Dysfunction.

The decrease or absence sexual desire and arousal is the alteration of the sexual sphere that women most commonly refer to in adulthood and old age. Many women can refer a decrease or absence of desire and / or arousal without having the disorder typified in the DSM-5, but that can cause discomfort, worry and relationship problems in their day to day. Libicare® is a food supplement whose ingredients could have positive effects on the improvement of sexual function in women wit...

A Trial Comparing a Diet Including Products Aimed at Targeting Satiety

This multi-centre, randomised controlled trial will evaluate the effect of a healthy diet supplemented with products specifically developed (SATIN satiety products) to enhance feelings of satiety and reduce food intake after an initial weight loss period to assess weight maintenance over a 34-week period. Participants will either receive the active SATIN products or a matched control product. The products contain ingredients which have been shown to positively affect satiety, s...

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