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Pecans are a nutrient-dense food, but it is unknown whether substituting pecans for a portion of the butter in a traditional breakfast meal improves post-meal responses.
Walnuts are a nutrient dense food, but most health research is on English walnuts (EW). Black walnuts (BW) contain a different antioxidant and fatty acid profile, and more protein, compared to EW. The purpose of the study was to compare postprandial responses following the consumption of 3 breakfast meals containing either butter (control), BW, or EW.
This study will assess the systemic exposure and pharmacokinetic parameters of SP-103 topical system following one, two, or three topical system applications and compare to the pharmacokinetics of ZTlido.
Hypoxic exposure increases right ventricular (RV) afterload by triggering pulmonary hypertension, with consequent effects on the structure and function of the RV. Improved myocardial contractility is a critical circulatory adaptation to exercise training. However, the types of exercise that enhance right cardiac mechanics during hypoxic stress have not yet been identified. This study investigated how high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and moderate-intensity continuous training (MICT) influence right cardiac mechanics during hypoxic exercise (HE).
The main aim of the present study is to investigate whether oxytocin (24IU) via different routes have divergent effects on attention control in a social-emotional saccade/antisaccade eye-tracking paradigm.
This crossover study is designed to compare the rates of gastric emptying between two diagnostic radioactive meals using the gold-standard egg-white sandwich meal and Abbott Vital®. Healthy participants will be recruited and randomly assigned into either groups of Abbott Vital® and gold-standard egg-white sandwich group. The measurements will be performed over a 4-hour period using a gamma camera, and estimated gastric emptying rates will be calculated using established algorithms.
The purpose of this dietary intervention is to study the effects of dietary fibers on the gut microbiota and use yoghurt as the carrier. Hypothesis 1: Intake of dietary fibers improves the blood lipid profile of the participants. Hypothesis 2: Intake of dietary fibers stabilizes the gut microbiome (e.g., low diversity) of the participants, improves gut health and normalizes gastrointestinal function and bowel habits.
This study is conducted with the aim to investigate whether any differences concerning the rate and extent of absorption exist between the test and the reference product, Test product was Nerpentine 600 mg Film coated Tablet (Aman Pharma) Reference Product was Neurontin 300 mg Capsule.(Pfizer) The comparative bio availability of the two formulations was evaluated based in statistical comparisons of relevant pharmacokinetic parameters, obtained from data of drug concentrations in blood. Study was open-label, randomized, crossover, with 02 treatments, 02 sequences and 02 periods, under fasting conditions. one tablet from test product 600 mg against two capsules ( 2*300 mg ) reference product. Study population was 34 subjects , males ,adults between 18-55 years.
Extracts of sage have been reported to interact with central nervous system (CNS) mechanisms relevant to cognitive performance but, to date, no trial has clearly demonstrated the possible effects in healthy individuals in fatiguing conditions. The current study investigates the effects of this supplementation in healthy males and females versus placebo on cognition, heart rate and perceived exertion, during a fatiguing cycling exercise.
The general purpose of the study was to provide new information about the role of macronutrients intake, metabolomics, proteomics and microRNA on BAT activation. The invesigator evaluated BAT activity and whole body energy consumption under cold stimulation in two gruops of healthy males aged 21-43 years old with normal BMI ( 19-25kg/m2) and in overweight/obese subjects.