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The effect of long-term modification of eating habits on metabolic outcomes

University of Toronto, Department of Nutritional Sciences


We are looking for healthy and non-smoking adults with later year weight gain for a long-term diet modification study. This study will look at how diet modification will alter/affect your blood sugar, insulin, blood pressure, body weight and body composition. You will be required to come in every 2 weeks for 12 weeks, as well as for a follow-up session 4 weeks later (total 8 sessions).

Your Impact

Your participation will help us gain insight into the impact of diet modification will have on blood sugar, insulin level, and body weight and body composition.

Eligibility Criteria

All genders

30 to 50 years old

In good health

Non-smokers

Not on any medication

Not pregnant or trying to become pregnant

not menopausal or post-menopausal

Study Tasks

Fill out questionnaires
Body measurements
Consume provided food
Body scan
Blood collection
Meet with registered dietitian

Ethics

This research study has been reviewed and approved by the University of Toronto Research Ethics Board (Protocol #38761).

Keywords

dairy
food
health
glucose
Activity and Time

Food and Drink, Health and Wellness

Clinical Trial

Weekdays, Weekends

14 hours total, 8 sessions

Compensation

Up to $280

Study Address

6 Queen's Park Cres W., 2nd Floor Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 3H2

Posting date: Feb 18, 2020

Earn $280