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Carbohydrate Metabolism - ClinicalTrials.gov

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Last Updated: 02 June 2022

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Lipid and Carbohydrate Metabolism: Effects of Exercise

"In this research, insulin resistant, young offspring of type 2 diabetes and healthy, lean elderly people with type 2 diabetes will be assessed by 1H/13C MRS before and after a high carbohydrate meal challenge. " These metabolic studies will be performed in three sets: Part 1: Resting, Study Part 2: After 1 bout of exercise and Study Part 3: After six weeks of exercise preparation, Part 1: These metabolic studies will be done in three sets: Part 1: Resting, Study Part 2: Part 1: After 1 bout of exercise and Study Part 2: After 1 bout of exercise and Study Part 2: After 6 weeks of exercise, following 3 weeks of exercise. ".

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02196051


The Effect on Metabolism, Food Intake and Preferences of a Knockout Gene Variant Involved in Carbohydrate Metabolism

"Differences between homozygous carriers and heterozygous /wildtype individuals are suspected to be substantial on a carbohydrate-rich diet and minimal on a traditional diet. " HO providers metabolize carbohydrates differently than HE+WT individuals: HO poopoors metabolize carbohydrates differently than HE+WT participants: HO rats have a lower glycemic variability on their regular diet than WT+HE. HO have lower glycemic variability on a starch and sucrose-rich diet than WT+HE. HO carriers have different food preferences than HE+WT customers: HO food preferences differ among HO carriers relative to WT+HE: Compared to WT+HE, HO's has a lower sweet taste preference than HE+WT: HO's have a lower sweet taste preference than HE+WT: HO's have a lower sweet tooth preference than HE+WT: Compared to WT+HE. In HO, the number of starch-fermenting bacteria is higher than in WT+HE, though Parabacteroides are less prevalent. The rise in starch-fermenting bacteria, as well as fecal and circulating levels of short chain fatty acids, is larger in HO than in WT+HE on a starch and sucrose-rich diet.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05375656

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