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The effect of dairy and dairy alternatives on appetite and blood glucose control in healthy young adults

University of Toronto, Department of Nutritional Sciences


Prospective participants may be invited for an in person screening and information session that will include measurement of height and weight and completing questionnaires. Study visits will require you to consume dairy and plant-based dairy alternatives which will then be followed by a meal.

Your Impact


Your participation will help us gain insight into the impact of traditional dairy and plant-based dairy alternatives as it relates to appetite and blood glucose control in healthy individuals.

Eligibility Criteria


Male

20 to 30 years old

in good health

non smoker

non breakfast skipper

no dietary restrictions/allergies to dairy/gluten/coconut

no aversion to blood/blood collection

Study Tasks


fill out questionnaires
eat provided foods
measure blood glucose
blood collection for insulin analysis

Ethics


This research study has been reviewed and approved by the University of Toronto Research Ethics Board (Protocol # 31323).

Keywords


health
dairy
dairy alternative
appetite
diabetes

Activity and Time


Food and Drink

Clinical Trial

Weekdays, Weekends

2.5 hour(s) - 3 hour(s) per session

4 session(s)

Compensation


Up to $224 

Study Address


6 Queen's Park Crescent West Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 3H2

Posting date: Nov 25, 2019

Earn $224