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Integral Physiological Adaptations to Carbohydrate Periodization

Athletic populations have been particularly vulnerable to sleep deficiency, suffer numerous sleep disorders, and fall short of age-specific sleep guidelines. Exercise does not impair sleep by itself, and, in addition, acute post-exercise diet could boost the exercise-induced sleep-optimizing effect, with further benefits for the upcoming physical performance. These findings lead to the question whether a long-term carbohydrate periodization program can increase sleep and reduce gut function in a way that athletic results can also be enhanced.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05464342


Pre-ERCP Carbohydrate Drinks Improve Patients Recovery: an ERAS Protocol Attempts in ERCP

Following surgery, improved anesthesia, decrease the number of drainage tubes, and early diet after surgery have all been promoted. For upper gastrointestinal surgery, high-carbohydrate drinks can be used 2 hours before surgery to ensure blood glucose and circulation stability throughout the procedure.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03075280


Effects of Preoperative Oral Carbohydrate Loading on Maternal Thiol-disulfide Homeostasis

The concept of enhanced recovery after surgery has gradually migrated from surgery to the field of obstetrics. Although these effects of preoperative carbohydrate loading have been examined, no evidence has been done on ketol disulfide homeostasis after carbohydrate loading has been investigated yet. Since the infants are extremely vulnerable to toxic oxygen species's harmfull effects, the effect of carbohydrate loading on the reactive oxygen species is also important. One group will receive standard medical services, and the other group will receive a carbohydrate drink in addition to standard care.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05494268


Developing Biomarkers of Dietary Intake: Dose Dependent Measurement of Sugar Intake

This article will be an inpatient research in which highly tailored diets will be fed to volunteers for about 12 weeks, and stable isotope levels in blood, hair, and adipose will be determined. Objectives: The primary aim of this research was to prove that stable isotope biomarkers can be used as indicators of specific dietary intake habits. Evaluation of the effect of soda on urinary sucrose and fructose excretion, extracellular vesicles levels and composition, and gut microbiota are among the primary goals.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04799301


Treatment With the Specific Carbohydrate Diet for Children With Clostridium Difficile Colonization

Specific Carbohydrate Diet, a dietary supplement, was tested for sensitivity and potential effectiveness in pediatric patients with persistent antigen positivity due to C. difficile colonization with minimally active symptoms.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03925636


The LATTITUDE Study - Low Carbohydrate Diet and Automated Insulin Delivery System for Type 1 Diabetes

When compared to traditional insulin delivery methods for type 1 diabetes, automated insulin delivery methods, from a continuous glucose monitor coupled to an insulin pump with an integrated infusion algorithm, raise TIR by about 2 hours per day and reduce time in hypoglycemia by 30 minutes. Using an AID, PWT1D's research sought to see if low-carb diets improve glucose control and the possibility of adopting low-carb diets. Methods: This is a 12-month prospective, open-label, controlled trial in adults with type 1 diabetes, with the first 12 weeks serving as the main study phase and the remainder serving as the extended study period. Hypothesis: The low-carb diet would raise the TIR% by a factor of 8% relative to the normal diet.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05449678


The Effect of Mediterranean, Low Carbohydrate/High Protein and Low-fat Diet on Arterial Stiffness in Obese Patients on Liraglutide: a Randomized Controlled Trial

This is a 6-month open label pilot RCT that will be carried out on Lebanese participants with obesity following the introduction of Liraglutide for medical weight control as directed by their physician. Although both Med diet and LF diet will be hypocaloric, allowing the same energy restriction of 500 Kcal/d, the HP/LC diet will be ad libitum.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04990024

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