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Effects of Consumption of Nut Components on Cognitive Function, Intestinal Microbial Communities and Markers of Health

Tree nuts (for example brazil nuts, almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, cashew nuts etc) contain a wide variety of nutrients including fatty acids, polyphenols and micronutrients. The beneficial health effects ascribed to the consumption of tree nuts include improvements to cardiovascular outcomes and regulation of glucose levels and inflammation. Emerging evidence suggests that specific components of nuts may also contribute to brain health and function. The aim of the present study...


Fish or Nuts? Dietary Effects on Cardiometabolic Risk Factors and Persistent Organic Pollutants

Obesity represents one of the most important public health challenges for the societies. Although excess energy intake and physical inactivity are major causes of obesity and cardiometabolic disorders, emerging evidence has linked persistent organic pollutants (POPs) with the global epidemic of type 2 diabetes. However, the potential impacts of POPs on obesity and cardiometabolic risk in humans remain poorly known. On the other side systematic reviews and meta-analyses conducte...

Rolandic Epilepsy Genomewide Association International Study

We have discovered a small change in the genetic code which increases the risk of the brainwave abnormality that is found in rolandic epilepsy. We now wish to confirm this using a second much larger sample of patients. We will investigate the other genetic changes that cause people with the brainwave abnormality to develop seizures, as well as problems with speech, coordination, attention and learning.


Brainwave Changes and Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation

This pilot study explored relationships between cranial electric stimulation and brainwave changes.

Effect of Nuts vs. a Wheat Bran Muffin in Type 2 Diabetes

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...

Pilot Study on Mixed Nuts and Food Intake

The objectives of this study are 1) to determine if consumption of mixed nuts influences food intake and choice, and 2) to determine how personality traits affect food choice, including mood, stress, tendency to seek approval, tendency toward food cravings, and approach to food intake control.

Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses of Nuts and Obesity

Peanuts and tree nuts (almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pecans, pine nuts, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts) (herein referred to as "nuts") are a good source of unsaturated fatty acids, vegetable protein, fibre, and polyphenolics. Nut intake has been associated with reduced cardiovascular disease risk and claims for this association have been permitted by the FDA; however, intake of tree nuts is low in Canada. One of the barriers to increasing the consumption of nut...

The BEST Study: The Efficacy of Brain Entrainment Sleep Technology in Military Healthcare Beneficiaries

Brain Entrainment Technology (BET), also known as Binaural Beat Technology (BBT); is an auditory-neurophysiologic technique which uses auditory tones (often embedded in music, nature sounds or white noise) dichotically via stereo headphones to manipulate brainwave activity in turn affecting the listener's mental, physical and/or emotional state. Although this technology is widely marketed to the general public and can be found free in on the internet, only a hand full of scient...

Glycemic and Insulinemic Impact of Oats With Additional Dried Fruits, Nuts and Seeds Soaked Overnight

The purpose of this study is to compare the glucose, insulin and subjective hunger responses elicited by oats with additional dried fruits, nuts and seeds soaked overnight in skim milk and consumed cold versus Cream of Rice cereal with additional dried fruits, nuts and seeds cooked just prior to its consumption.

Impact of Cashew Nuts in the Human Diet: Measured Energy Value and Effects on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

This study evaluates the effect of cashew nut consumption on traditional and emerging markers of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk and determines the usable energy content of a serving of cashew nuts for accurate food labelling.

Effects of Mixed Nut Consumption on Satiety and Weight Management

The first goal of the proposed study is to determine acute and long-term effects of mixed nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, and peanuts) on metabolic parameters and weight management. While numerous studies have shown the beneficial effects of nuts on promoting negative energy balance and weight loss, mechanistic studies exploring how the inclusion of nuts in the diet promotes a negative energy balance and weight loss have not been conducted. The second goa...

Five, Plus Nuts and Beans for Kidneys

This Five, Plus Nuts and Beans for Kidneys Study is a single center, randomized controlled trial with 2 parallel arms testing the hypothesis that delivery of nutritional advice to adopt a Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH)-like diet and $30/week worth of fruits, vegetables, nuts and beans tailored to personal choices and availability in neighborhood stores, will reduce kidney damage in African Americans with hypertension and chronic kidney disease.

The Impact of Almond Nut Consumption on Markers of CVD & Metabolic Health

The purpose of this study is to investigate the cardio-metabolic health effects of consuming almond nuts in place of habitual (usual) snack products in adults at moderate risk of developing cardiovascular disease

Effect of Treatment Dairy for Spasticity

1. Assessing whether the treatment diary can help optimize the overall treatment of patients. 2. To assess whether the patient finds the treatment diary useful and worth spending time on. Also if the patient finds it easier to evaluate the treatment and, if necessary, set new goals. 3. To assess whether the patient's quality of life is increased by the use of the treatment diary.

Nuts and Olestra for Persistent Organic Pollutant Reduction (NO-POPs) Trial

Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are mostly fat-soluble halogenated chemicals with very long half-lives. POPs are endocrine disruptors, associated with increased risk for diabetes, alterations in thyroid function, and cardiovascular disease in humans. POPs concentrations increase with age because of their persistence, bioaccumulation and poor excretion. The almost ubiquitous presence of endocrine disrupting POPs in US adults is a substantial public health concern, particula...

Effects of Almond Versus Pistachio on Weight Loss

The purpose of the current study is comparing the effect of almond and pistachio, as the two common types of nuts, consumption on healthy obese and overweight female who following a hypocaloric diet for 12 weeks. The secondary aim of the current study is to evaluate of these two type of nuts on other cardiometabolic risk factors.

"Ounce-equivalents" in the Protein Foods Group: Benefits of Quality

The investigators will examine the effects of a given amount of a protein food source such as pork, mixed nuts, and tofu on anabolic response at the whole body and muscle levels in young, healthy adults.

The Effect of Processed Tomato Products on CVD Risks

The primary working hypothesis is that consuming processed tomatoes frequently/daily will favorably improve endothelium and platelet function disease-risk biomarker profiles in adult men and women compared to consuming no or relatively low amounts of processed tomatoes.

Study of Bedside EEG to Evaluate Brain Injury in Premature Newborns

This study is evaluating whether a bedside brainwave monitor can be used to detect early brain injury in premature infants.

Tomato Supplementation and Cardiovascular Health

This clinical trial aims to test the effects of consuming two types of tomato (one ordinary cherry red tomato containing lycopene, and the other a yellow cherry tomato low in lycopene), on cardiovascular risk factors including endothelial function as the primary outcome, and blood lipids, inflammatory factors and blood pressure. In a crossover design, participants of this study will randomly consume 300g of raw cherry (red and yellow) tomatoes per day for four weeks, with a co...

The Lean Living Study

This study investigates whether walnuts help to promote weight loss, associated with increased meal satiety and satisfaction, in 100 overweight and obese men and women who are participating in a 6-month behavioral weight loss intervention. Participants will be randomly assigned to a walnut-enriched reduced-calorie diet or a standard reduced-calorie diet. Body weight, risk factors for cardiovascular disease, and self-reported feelings relevant to satiety and appetite will be mea...

The Effects of Nutritional Intervention on Gut Bacterial Composition and Exercise-Induced Asthma Severity

This study will investigate the effects of consuming a nutritional supplement (Bimuno® Galactooligosaccharide), and Placebo in a randomised order on gut bacterial composition, markers of inflammation/immune function, and pulmonary function in adults diagnosed with Exercise-Induced Asthma (EIA). We hypothesise that positively altering the gut bacterial composition of adults with EIA will lead to improvements in immune function, and subsequently pulmonary function.

Pembrolizumab and Capecitabine in Treating Patients With Locally Advanced or Metastatic Triple Negative or Hormone-Refractory Breast Cancer That Cannot Be Removed by Surgery

The purpose of this study is to see whether a combination of two different drugs - pembrolizumab and capecitabine - is safe, and if it might be effective in treating triple negative and hormone-refractory breast cancer. Pembrolizumab is a type of drug that contains an antibody. Antibodies are the part of your immune system that finds things that don't belong in your body, such as bacteria or viruses. The antibody in pembrolizumab finds and blocks a protein, which allows your im...

A Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of the Investigational Products on Complete Spontaneous Bowel Movements in Participants Who Normally Have ≤ 3 Complete Spontaneous Bowel Movements Per Week But Are Otherwise Healthy

Low and High doses of Actazin and Livaux will be compared against a control formula and placebo to evaluate how each investigational study product effects complete spontaneous bowel movements in healthy adults that currently experience less than or equal to 3 complete spontaneous bowel movements per week. During the 28-day study period, it is hypothesized that participants consuming Acatzin, Livaux, or control formula will have an increased number of complete spontaneous bowel ...

Effects of PS-IPC Supplementation on Muscle Mass and Functional Outcomes in Older Adults

Sarcopenia, the age-associated loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength, is a frequent precursor to functional impairment, disability, falls, and loss of independence in the elderly. The prevalence of sarcopenia is high, with ≥ 45% of the U.S. population aged 60 years or older sarcopenic. Some possible causative factors include a decline in muscle protein synthesis, inactivity, hormonal changes, pro-inflammatory conditions, and reactive oxygen species within the muscle mit...


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