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Last Updated: 11 May 2022

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Multicultural Healthy Diet to Reduce Cognitive Decline & Alzheimer's Disease Risk

The Multicultural Healthy Diet is a pilot controlled clinical trial that will determine the effects of an 18 month intervention on cognitive function in 326 middle-aged people. The trial will use a parallel group design to compare the effects of the dietary intervention on cognitive stability to those of the control diet or traditional diet plus modules on self-care topics such as dealing with aches and pains of aging, finding a health care proxy, etc. MHD can be adapted to these population serum biomarkers that reveal the MHD diet pattern, including fatty acid profile as well as other key nutrition biomarkers, will be evaluated. Other targets include investigating whether the MHD intervention can improve cognitive function using real-time ambulatory assessments.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03240406


Comparison of Protein Pacing, Intermittent Fast vs. Heart Healthy Diet on Body Weight and Composition, Cardiometabolic, Mood, and Gut Microbiome Health, in Overweight Men and Women During Weight Loss; 24 Months Follow-up Case Study of 100 Pound Weight Loss in a Male Study Participant

Following both weight loss and weight loss maintenance, obese people with combined protein pacing and intermittent fasting increased weight loss, body composition, cardiometabolic disease risk, oxygenative stress, and toxin levels compared to a heart healthy diet in obese people. The inclusion of a safe and effective exercise regimen including walking, stretching, and basic body weight movements such as sit-ups and push-ups is another key contributor to long-term weight loss success. This research seeks to compare the effects of a low sugar protein pacing, intermittent fasting diet, obesity control, anti-aging, and cardiometabolic risks with weight loss. This research, in particular, seeks to compare a P-IF diet restricted to protein pacing diet and a fast compared to a traditional calorie-restricted heart healthy diet. The first subgroup of P and two days of IF will be composed of five days of P and two days of IF, while the second subgroup will consist of six days of P and one day of IF. In a study participant who lost weight loss following combined protein pacing intermittent fasting nutrition and a safe, effective exercise regimen during the previous 12 month follow-up study period, the aim of the additional 12 month case study is to scientifically establish a significant weight loss and improved body composition.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04327141


Assessment of Food Security and Perceptions and Barriers to Healthy Eating in Individuals With Spinal Cord Injuries Living in the Community

One's ability to get food is one of many. Individuals with a SCI have numerous risk factors for low food security, including individuals with multiple risk factors. In order to determine if these conditions are significant in the SCI population, we aim to establish a large SCI food security and perceived barriers to healthy eating multicenter research. We also need to determine the causes of these conditions in order to develop strategies to improve the health of all people with a SCI and possibly reduce their health care costs. The aim of this investigation was to determine the incidences of food insecurity in a sample of people with a SCI and to find some signs of barriers to healthy eating in the SCI population.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03457558

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