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This study is retrospective. It focuses on hazelnut allergic patients with a clinical history and a positive specific immunoglobulin E (sIgE) against hazelnut and its recombinants that have followed a hazelnut oral tolerance induction at the allergy Unit of Saint Vincent Hospital of Lille (France) since 2011.
Dark chocolate is one of the richest sources of polyphenols though it has been hypothesised that the bioavailability and therefore probably the bioefficacy of epicatechin from milk chocolate was reduced compared to dark. This study is designed to compare milk and dark chocolate as a source of polyphenols with a control "chocolate" for improving a risk biomarker for vascular disease.
The proposed study intends to compare the outcome of food challenge in hazelnut allergic patients with the outcome of basophile activation tests using hazelnut extract and components.
The study will use stress inducing tasks to determine if there are significant improvements in mood, chocolate cravings, and attentional bias to chocolate in overweight/obese chocolate abusers following rest and a bout of high intensity interval exercise.
Dark chocolate is one of the richest sources of polyphenols though it has been hypothesised that the bioavailability of epicatechin from milk chocolate was reduced compared to dark. The primary outcome measure is to compare plasma polyphenol levels after consumption of 3 chocolates (2 milk, 1 dark) while the secondary outcome measures are to characterise the time course of polyphenols in the blood and to investigate individual variation in Tmax and Cmax for use in future studie...
Flavanols, present in dark chocolate, were shown to induce Nitric Oxide synthesis. Since Nitric Oxide facilitates smooth muscle relaxation, it might ease the relaxation of the LES (lower esophageal sphincter)as well. The objective of the present study is to evaluate tha efficacy of dark chocolate in improving LES relaxation in achalasia patients.
Dark chocolate (DC) is rich in epicatechin which augments nitric oxide (NO) production through endothelium-dependent influences. The increased bioavailability and activity of NO have been demonstrated to statistically increase flow-mediated dilation in healthy subjects and in hypertensive patients. DC supplementation has been hailed for its positive effects on cardiovascular health and it has been proposed as a booster of physical performance in athletes, however the mechanisms...
The aim of the present study is to investigate whether in patients with chronic heart failure endothelial dysfunction and baroreceptor function is altered by ingestion of a flavonoid-rich dark chocolate in comparison to placebo chocolate (Nestlé Placebo Chocolate) on top of standard medication. Moreover, we will evaluate the effect of chocolate on oxidative stress, platelet adhesion as well as systemic inflammatory response such as C-reactive protein and pro-inflammatory ...
To characterize the effects of three chocolate snacks on cognitive performance, subjective appetite, food intake control, and glycemic response in normal weight adults.
To investigate in vitro the effect of triglyceride rich lipoproteins (TGRL) obtained in type 2 diabetic women in the fasting state and following a randomized isocaloric lipid rich breakfast on control human platelets Randomized Comparison of butter versus chocolate spread in 2 groups of 15 patients
The purpose of this investigation is to test the hypothesis that in humans, eating a relatively big amount of chocolate at the wrong time (bedtime) may disrupt our circadian system (change the circadian phase), while taking this same amount of chocolate in the morning (wake up condition) may synchronize it. Other related factors may be also affected such as total body weight and body fat, dietary habits (total energy intake and macronutrient distribution), the timing of food in...
The purpose of this graduate student study is to determine if ingestion of dark chocolate (70% cacao) will change brain frequencies between visualization at a state of rest and a state of exercise performance via electroencephalography (EEG) in vigorously active individuals.
The investigators will conduct an epidemiological analysis of data from the Women's Health Initiative to investigate the prospective association between chocolate intake and the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Following food intake, the body activates several processes to degrade and digest it. Studies show that there is an adaptation of gastric emptying and gastrointestinal motility to a food component; therefore, considering the intestinal adaptation to chocolate, the effect on gastrointestinal motility in relation to the intake of chocolate will be investigated. The organoleptic perceptions of dark chocolate will also be analyzed to evaluate the appreciation of the product ingest...
Scientific evidence shows that a major consume of flavonoids is associated with a minor risk of coronary disease and a modification of the gut microbiome profile. Dark chocolate has a major quantity of flavonoids by weight in comparison to wine, dark tea, blueberry juice, apples and, in particular the flavanols (i.e. catechin, epicatechin and procyanidin) can have protective and metabolic effects with reduction of the insulin resistance and improvement of the endothelial funct...
The purpose of this study is to test how the brain responds when individuals eat enjoyable foods such as chocolate. Eating certain foods can make one want to keep eating even when feeling full, caused by dopamine in the brain. The researchers believe this dopamine response can be measured by looking at the individual's eye.
Chocolate consumption has long been associated with enjoyment and pleasure. Popular claims confer on chocolate the properties of being a stimulant, relaxant, euphoriant and antidepressant. These possible pharmacological actions might be related to various biogenic amines, such as serotonin, dopamine, tyramine, histamine, phenylethylamine and cannabinoid-like substances. Most amines are metabolized by monoamineoxidase-A (MAO-A) and are therefore unable to pass the blood-brain-ba...
The purpose of this study is to determine the separate and combined effects of high-intensity interval exercise and chocolate milk on glycemic response, cognitive function, subjective appetite, and salivary cortisol among children aged 9-13 year old children.
The aim of this study is to investigate if dark chocolate rich in polyphenols decreases body weight/ body fat in the overweight and obese adult population.
The purpose is to conduct a randomized, single-masked crossover study to determine if acute consumption of a commercially available, highly palatable dark chocolate bar can improve visual performance. Vision testing will include multiple measures of contrast and color perception, reaction time, effects of distraction on visual performance during simulated hands-free phone calls, simulated marksmanship, as well as multiple, objective electro-diagnostic tests including standard a...
The purpose of this study is to compare the effect of dark chocolate with green tea in healthy subjects on clot formation (platelet activity) cholesterol profile and markers of inflammation in two groups. The first group will be on a regimen of dark chocolate, and the second group will be on a regimen of green tea. Clinical outcomes will be determined after seven days of each treatment and both groups will undergo both treatments subsequently and serve as their own contr...
The purpose of this study is to investigate the individual and combined effects of dark chocolate/cocoa and almonds on lipids, lipoproteins, antioxidant defense, lipid peroxidation, phenolic acids, inflammatory status, blood pressure and arterial health. It is hypothesized that dark chocolate/cocoa and/or almonds will favorably affect lipids, lipoproteins, antioxidants, inflammatory status, blood pressure and arterial health compared to a healthy American control diet; however,...
Participants will be chosen through an initial sensory test to find high and low-perceivers of astringency. Selected participants will drink a chocolate milk or milk substitute beverage for one week each with washout weeks in between. At the end of each week participants will taste and rate multiple beverages for their astringency and other sensory properties. Participants will provide saliva samples weekly for proteomic analysis and (potentially) analysis of polyphenols. Parti...
The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders in female workers in hazelnut factory. The secondary aim is to investigate the relationship between the musculoskeletal disorders severity and working posture, work related factor, psychosocial factor.
This study aims to investigate the effect of polyphenol-rich dark chocolate (DC) on insulin resistance, adiponectin , blood pressure (BP), lipid profile in obese subjects and determine possible associations between all assessed parameters. It hypothesizes that consumption of polyphenol-rich Dc could lower fasting glucose levels, insulin resistance and improve BP, total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and triglycerides while increasing adiponectin and high-density li...