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The purpose of our study is to understand the impact of different meal timing alterations on blood sugars, metabolism, microbiome and sleep physiology in people with prediabetes and diabetes; and to study the temperature/heart rate response to different meals in different people.

Clinical Trial Description

Pilot data points to an effect of the time between waking up and first meal is important in blood glucose management through the rest of the day. The investigators are interested in understanding the effect of caloric distribution through the day, specifically consuming more later in the day versus earlier in the day. The investigators want to test the hypothesis that consolidating the meals during a shorter span in the day (time restricted eating) can ameliorate blood sugars and sleep parameters in the studied population. The researchers would also like to compare dynamic range of meal-induced sympathetic responses (e.g. temperature and heart rate changes) between different metabolic health conditions (e.g. insulin sensitive vs insulin resistant vs diabetes) while controlling for dietary intake. Previous research studies suggest that people with different metabolic health conditions would have different meal-induced sympathetic responses. Based on this, the primary goal of the study is to characterize metabolic health based on non-invasive wearable sensor data that measure these responses. ;

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NCT number NCT05413928
Study type Interventional
Source Stanford University
Contact Alessandra Celli, MS
Phone (650) 725-8491
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date June 2022
Completion date December 2024

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