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Effectiveness of High Protein Diets in Promoting Weight Loss in Overweight and Obese Subjects.

Several studies have reported greater weight loss when following high meat-protein diets but limited studies have studied high plant-based protein diets. Thus we aim to investigate the effect of high protein diets in weight management and also to investigate the superior protein source in achieving this effect. In addition, we aim to develop dietary intervention strategies that are realistic and sustainable.


High vs Normal Protein Diets, Resistance Exercise, Lean Mass and Strength Gains

This study evaluates the effect of different types of diets (high and normal protein) on lean and fat mass, and strength in postmenopausal women practitioners of resistance exercise. They will be separate in two groups: high protein (1.2 protein g/body mass/day) and normal protein (0.8 protein g/body mass/day). All participants will be submitted on the same training.

The Intervention Study of Dietary Intake on Energy Expenditure

This study is a randomized crossover (2 × 3) dietary intervention. 40 male volunteers(20 normal weight, 20 overweight / obesity, no other serious disease or metabolic abnormalities) aged 18-45 years are required to take 3 kinds of isocaloric diets with different amounts of macronutrients: low-fat high-carbohydrate diets, low-carbohydrate high-fat diets and high-protein low-fat diets. The comparison is made within subject before and after the test meal. Each subject takes 6 mea...

Effect of Different Protein Diets on Glucose and Insulin Metabolism and Substrate Partitioning

The purpose of this study is to determine whether different protein diets affects glucose and insulin metabolism and substrate partitioning.

Quality of Life in Premenopausal Women With Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Heavy menstrual bleeding or menorrhagia, is a common problem on women's lives and can burden both patients and health care systems. HMB is defined as cyclic heavy vaginal bleeding. Hormonal treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) is also endorsed as the first line treatment in several international guidelines. The effects of these therapies on bleeding related quality of life are not well known. The aim of the present study is compare the effect of Estradiol Valerate/Dienog...

Mass Treatment T Solium Community Study

Investigators from Cayetano Heredia University and Johns Hopkins University are doing this study. They want to see how people and pigs get infected with a parasite, called cysticercus (known as "pig triquina"). Cysticercus attacks the meat of pigs and the brains of people. In the intestine, the parasite is known as "solitaria". This study is to see how treatment in both people and pigs works to control the disease.

The Effect of Strength Training and Protein Supplementation in Old Pre-frail Individuals

The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of a lower-body strength training regime combined with protein supplementation in pre-frail elderly individuals. Participants are randomized to a group performing three weekly sessions of heavy-load strength training for 10 weeks and receiving daily protein supplementation, or a non-training, non-supplemented control group. The endpoints are changes in body composition, the relative changes in different compartments of the qua...

Calcium Retention as Influenced by Dietary Components That Induce an Acid Load

The impact of protein sources such as beef as part of Western diet on calcium retention remains controversial. We propose to test the hypothesis that the positive effect of high protein intake (especially from meat protein) can offset the negative effect of protein-induced net acid load on bone metabolism and the retention of body calcium. Healthy postmenopausal women recruited from the community will consume two diets differing in meat protein and acid load for 7 weeks. Cal...

Effect of Dietary Protein Source on Calcium Metabolism

Osteoporosis is a major health concern worldwide. While there are drugs available for the treatment and prevention of osteoporosis, they are not practical for population-wide prevention efforts. Demonstrating the effectiveness of safe and widely available dietary interventions to prevent osteoporosis could have important public health ramifications. Different food sources of dietary protein may have different effects on bone metabolism. Animal foods provide a dietary acid load ...

"Effect of Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV After Diets in näive Type 2 Diabetic Patients"

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the secretion of glucose, insulin, glucagon, C-peptide and lipid profile after isocaloric diets with different nutritional compounds (fat, protein and carbohydrate food) in drug näive tipo 2 patients.

Effect of Protein-Restricted Diet on Nitrogen Balance and Residual Renal Function in Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) Patients

Current therapy recommendations suggest a low protein diet to preserve residual renal function (RRF) before the start of dialysis, but a higher protein intake during dialysis to prevent protein-energy wasting (PEW). We conducted a randomized trial to test whether low protein intake also during treatment with peritoneal dialysis (PD) would be safe and associated with a preserved RRF.

The Effects of Protein Source on Appetite Control, Satiety, and Subsequent Food Intake: A Clinical Screening Study

Primary Objective: To examine whether the consumption of preloads varying in protein quality effect subsequent meal energy and macronutrient content Secondary Objectives: To examine whether the consumption of preloads varying in protein quality effect postprandial feelings of hunger, fullness, desire to eat, prospective food consumption, and eating initiation. Exploratory Objective: To examine whether the consumption of preloads varying in protein quality effect postpra...

High Carbohydrate vs. High Fat Diets in the Treatment of Obesity (JBR 0512)

The purpose of this study is to compare the ability of low calorie high carbohydrate and low calorie high fat/protein diets to decrease abdominal fat in overweight and obese subjects. The investigators will also test the effects of these diets on secondary outcomes including body composition, fluid and electrolyte balance, lipids and lipoproteins, blood pressure, arterial compliance, glucose and insulin metabolism, bone turnover, and measures of satiety.

Quality of Life in Children Cured of Retinoblastoma

The aim of the study is to assess the quality of life of children who have been cured of retinoblastoma - a malignant eye tumor. The study is questionnaire-based, and uses standardized quality of life assessment tools.

Stable Isotope Method to Assess Dietary Protein Quality

The evaluation of protein quality has been identified as the top priority question by the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. However, the current available methods do not precisely estimate protein quality, or need invasive procedures. The proposed 'dual tracer approach' is a non-invasive method to evaluate protein quality in humans. The present project characterizes the use of 15N-intrinsically-labelled milk protein as a reference-protein fo...

Protein Recommendation to Increase Muscle

This is a feasibility study to test the efficacy of diets of different amounts of protein and calories for patients with cancer. We hypothesize that nutritional deficits play a significant role in muscle loss and that nutritional therapy is an important first step in reversing or preventing muscle loss and maintaining/improving physical function, tolerance to treatment and quality of life.

Effect of Oleic Acid on Inflammation Markers and Blood Lipid Metabolites: A Randomised, Double-Blind, Crossover Study

Rationale: The effect of positional distribution of dietary fatty acids on markers of inflammation and blood lipids metabolites on diets containing fatty acids such as oleic acid that are associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease is not widely studied. Hypothesis: There would be difference detected in the concentrations of markers of inflammation and blood lipid metabolites in human volunteers fed controlled diets. Study design: A randomized, double-blind, cross...

The Effect of Soy Protein on Neuropathic Facial Pain

Neuropathic facial pain is one form of chronic facial pain lacking effective pharmacotherapy. Interest in the role of complementary and alternative medicine is growing and diet is at the forefront of the search for alternative treatments for pain. Soy protein is one of the most promising dietary ingredients tested for its pain-relieving properties. Results from animal studies show that soy-enriched diets reduce pain due to nerve injury. The purpose of this study is to determ...

A Study to Assess the Effect of a Normal vs. High Protein Diets in Carbohydrates Metabolism in Obese Subjects With Diabetes or Prediabetes

The objective of the study is to assess the effect of low-calorie diets with normal (18%) vs. high (35%) protein (mainly coming from animal source) composition on body weight and carbohydrates metabolism in overweight and obese subjects with pre-diabetes or diabetes. A dietary intervention is carried out during 6 months in 100 subjects who are individually randomized to an energy-restricted diet with two types of macronutrients composition: 1) 35% protein, 30% fat and 35% carbo...

Zoonotic Influenza Infections of Swine Origin at Ohio Agricultural Fairs

Background: - The flu is a very infectious and contagious virus that affects both people and pigs. Studies show that pigs can be sources of the flu virus in humans. Researchers want to know more about how the flu is transmitted from animals to people. If they know more about it, they can find better ways to prevent the flu and treat people who get sick from it. Objective: - To discover if flu viruses can be found in people exposed to pigs at Ohio agricultural fai...

Effects of Cured Pork Peptides on Blood Pressure & Cardiovascular Risk Factors

Spanish dry-cured ham has been shown a source of antihypertensive peptides in mice. To date, no clinical study has been performed in humans to check the effects of bioactive peptides produced naturally during the processing of pork dry-cured ham on blood pressure. Therefore, the aim of the present study is to investigate whether consuming peptides from cured pork ham with demonstrated angiotensin I-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory activity lowers blood pressure (BP) and impro...

Metabolic Effect of High-Protein Meals in Men

The purpose of the clinical study is to investigate the effect of the protein quality of high-protein meal replacements on the management of post-prandial blood glucose in healthy men.

Phenylalanine Requirements in Healthy Pregnant Women

Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid that people need to obtain in their diets. Amino acids are the building blocks for protein, which is required to form tissues in the body. It is well known that pregnant women require more protein in their diets, but the exact amount for each amino acid is undetermined. To find out how much of phenylalanine pregnant women require, the investigators plan to study pregnant women in early and late gestation with a modern minimally invasive ...

The Impact of a High-protein Diet on Energy Metabolism in Healthy Men

The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of a high-protein diet (achieved with the use of a nutritional supplement, Almased®) versus a diet of a typical North American macronutrient distribution on energy metabolism, metabolic blood markers and appetite sensations. This study will be a randomized, controlled, cross-over trial of an acute nutritional intervention. A total of 20 participants will be randomly assigned (1:1) to one of the following groups: ...

Effect of Dietary Protein Source on Phosphaturia, PTH and FGF23 in Patients With CKD 3 and 4

Phosphorus is a substance in the blood that comes from food and is normally cleared from the body by the kidneys. In patients with kidney disease, excess phosphorus may build up in the body as you eat. This leads to problems with bones and blood vessels over time. In this study, we will compare the blood and urine before and after eating one week of a diet with a protein from plants (soy and grains) and before and after another one week of diet with protein from animals (meat a...

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