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To study the effects of Hesperidin and flaxseed supplement in patients with metabolic syndrome, 50 patients will be randomly allocated to control group or 2 capsules Hesperidin and 30 gram flaxseed for 12 weeks; both groups will be advised to adherence the investigators' diet and exercise program too. At the first and the end of the intervention, lipid profiles, blood pressure, blood sugar, anthropometric factors will be assessed and compared between groups.
To study the effects of Hesperidin supplement in patients with metabolic syndrome, 50 patients will be randomly allocated to control group or 2 capsules Hesperidin for 12 weeks; both groups will be advised to adherence the investigators' diet and exercise program too. At the first and the end of the intervention, metabolic factors will be assessed and compared between groups.
To study the effects of Hesperidin, flaxseed and both together in patients with metabolic syndrome, 100 patients will be randomly allocated to one of following four groups: control group, hesperidin group (2 capsules Hesperidin), flaxseed group (30 gram flaxseed) or flaxseed-hesperidin group (2 capsules Hesperidin and 30 gram flaxseed) for 12 weeks; both groups will be advised to adherence the investigators' diet and exercise program too. At the first and the end of the intervention, metabolic factors will be assessed and compared between groups.
This study is looking at the safety and effectiveness of stool transplant, also known as Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) and prebiotic supplementation in the management of metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a common progressive medical condition that is linked to obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Obesity and metabolic syndrome are associated with abnormalities in gut flora which lead to chronic inflammation. This chronic inflammation is thought to worsen the insulin resistance and heart disease seen with metabolic syndrome. Current treatment strategies have shown limited effect, are expensive, and have side effects with long-term use. FMT is a one-time treatment that has been shown to replace the abnormal gut flora and improve metabolic disease by increasing anti-inflammatory short chain fatty acid (SCFA) production. However, the effects from FMT are not permanent. Prebiotic supplementation is one strategy that may help to extend the benefits of FMT by helping sustain high SCFA levels. At this point, it is not known how FMT and prebiotics work together to affect SCFA levels in participants with metabolic syndrome. This study will look at this interaction and answer if prebiotic therapy is effective in prolonging the benefits of FMT in participants with metabolic syndrome.
The purpose of the research is to assess the impact of co-consuming plant sterols-enriched food product as part of a healthy eating pattern diet on endothelial function (brachial artery FMD, vasodilation-related and vasoconstriction-related biomarkers) and blood pressure management (24-hour ambulatory and classic blood pressure) in Singapore individuals with MetS.
Subjects with metabolic syndrome are known to possess chronic low-level inflammation. Furthermore, such individuals are at risk of developing atherosclerosis in coronary and other vascular beds. In particular, subjects with metabolic syndrome, prediabetes and type II diabetes mellitus were shown to possess vascular inflammation in carotid atherosclerosis as demonstrated using FDG-PET. In the current pilot proposal, the investigators wish to study the impact of 3-month probiotic supplementation on vascular and systemic inflammation in subjects with metabolic syndrome in the context of a randomized, placebo-controlled, pilot trial.
Using a pilot 2-arm randomized controlled trial, investigators will implement an intervention that is personalized, low burden (the majority of interactions are telephone coaching sessions), and delivered during the initial survivorship transition. To determine the feasibility and preliminary effects of the intervention 48 community-dwelling rural breast cancer survivors (BCS) (ages 40 and older) will be randomly assigned to receive either the intervention or enhanced usual care. The 22-week intervention consists of three home-based face-to-face consultations with the therapist, 10 biweekly habit tele phone coaching sessions, and the use of implementation intentions, environmental modifications, and tailored text messages to support physical activity and dietary habit formation and address unmet needs.
A total of 40 premenopausal women diagnosed clinically as having insulin resistance. Their ages ranged from 35 to 45 years old; their body mass index was >30 kg/m2 and They were obese women complained of insulin resistance and non diabetic or cardiovascular disease, were randomly assigned to group A participated in aerobic & resistive exercise program, and group B participated in aerobic exercise and followed prescribed diet restriction program. Both of the groups (A&B) followed the treatment program 3 times per weeks for 8 weeks. Assessment of the fasting glucose, fasting insulin, and HOMA test of insulin resistance were measured for all subjects in both groups (A and B) was carried out before and after the end of the treatment program
The need for new models of integrated care that can improve the efficiency of healthcare and reduce the costs are key priorities for health systems across the United States. Treatment costs for patients with at least one chronic medical or cardiovascular condition make up over 4-trillion dollars in spending on healthcare, with estimations of a population prevalence of 100-million affected individuals within the next decade. Therefore, the management of chronic conditions requires innovative and new implementation methods that improve outcomes, reduce costs, and increase healthcare efficiencies. Digital health, the use of mobile computing and communication technologies as an integral new models of care is seen as one potential solution. Despite the potential applications, there is limited data to support that new technologies improve healthcare outcomes. To do so requires; 1) robust methods to determine the impact of new technologies on healthcare outcomes and costs; and 2) evaluative mechanisms for how new devices are integrated into patient care. In this regard, the proposed clinical trial aims to advance the investigator's knowledge and to demonstrate the pragmatic utilization of new technologies within a learning healthcare system providing services to high-risk patient populations.
The main purpose of this study is to compare the impact of concurrent high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and whole-body electromyostimulation exercise (WB-EMS) or low-volume conventional strength training (CST) on the cardiometabolic risk profile, overall physical fitness (cardiorespiratory fitness and muscular strength), body composition, inflammatory markers and subjective health outcomes after a 12-week intervention trial in overweight individuals at increased cardiometabolic risk. Furthermore, this study aims to investigate the influence of intra-session exercise order on all outcomes.