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The goal of this intervention study is to examine changes in body composition, weight loss, and cardio-metabolic risk factors after adding supplementation of L-Beta aminoisobutyric acid (L-BAIBA) and Grains of Paradise to exercise in overweight and obese men and women. Participants will supplement for 8 weeks and complete a 8 week exercise protocol.
The goal of this Randomized clinical trial is to compare effectiveness of of using black seed (Nigella sativa) and cumin seed (Cuminum cyminum) on Body composition profile of obese grade 1. The primary objective of this study is To compare effectiveness of of using black seed (Nigella sativa) and cumin seed (Cuminum cyminum) on Body composition profile of obese grade 1. Subjects will be given a consent form and after subjects read and sign the informed consent, they would be included in study according to eligibility criteria.
The researchers will conduct 'Taxi ROADmAP (Realizing Optimization Around Diet And Physical activity)', which also utilizes MOST, and the same 4 obesity intervention components as in SANOS, but targets the overweight/obesity crisis in another at-risk, low socioeconomic status (SES) population, taxi and for-hire vehicle (FHV) drivers (Lyft, Uber, etc.). ROADMAP also utilizes an effectiveness- implementation hybrid type 1 design. Hybrid trials, which blend effectiveness and implementation studies, can lead to more rapid translational uptake and more effective implementation. Taxi and FHV drivers are a growing, multilingual, hard-to-reach, predominantly immigrant and minority essential worker population. There are over 750,000 licensed taxi and FHV drivers in in the U.S. and over 185,000 in New York City (NYC). They have higher rates of overweight/obese range body mass index (BMI) than New Yorkers in general (77% vs 56%) and have high rates of elevated waist circumference, sedentary behavior, poor diets, and health care services underutilization. ROADmAP will test 4 evidence- and theory-based (Social Cognitive Theory [SCT]) behavior change intervention components. We will use MOST to identify which of the 4 components contribute most significantly and cost-effectively to weight loss among NYC drivers recruited at workplace health fairs (HFs) and virtually. Objectives are to apply MOST to design an optimized version of a scalable, lifestyle intervention for taxi/FHV drivers, and then to conduct a mixed methods multistakeholder process evaluation to facilitate widespread intervention implementation.
The goal of this clinical study was to assess pharmacodynamics (PD) and pharmacokinetics (PK) of different Glucose beads formulations in obese healthy subjects under fasting condition. The study was designed in 2 parts. Part 1 (single-dose) of the study was randomized, open label, five-treatment, five-period, five-sequence, crossover and single-centric. Treatment arms were three dosages of a coated Glucose beads formulation (47% w/w glucose/bead; 8 g [T1], 12 g [T2] and 16 g glucose [T3]), one uncoated Glucose beads formulation (47% w/w glucose/bead; 12 g glucose [T4]) and one coated Glucose beads formulation (60% w/w glucose/bead;12 g glucose [T5]). Part 2 (multiple-dose) of the study was open label, one-treatment, one-period and single-centric. Treatment arm was coated Glucose beads formulation (12 g glucose [T2]).
A phase 2 study to assess the efficacy of bimagrumab alone or in addition to semaglutide to assess efficacy and safety in overweight or obese men and women
To evaluate the efficacy of arginase inhibition on endothelial function in humans with obesity.
Resistance training is a common way of daily exercise which has a remarkable function in healthcare. It has been used in many diseases as a complementary method. Overweight and obesity are the sixth highest risk of death worldwide. In recent years, the data show that the rate of overweight obese among college students shows a significant increasing trend. The common characteristics of overweight and obese people are strong appetite which is difficult to be controled and sedentary. resistance training is a solid supplement to physical education and how to reduce appetite of overweight and obese college female students through resistance training is the key to increase their health by university sport course. The training plan divides the training intensity into three levels including 45-50% one repetition maximum(1RM), 60-65% 1RM, 45-50% 1RM, respectively plus control group. Therefore, this experimental research examines the effectiveness and the differences of three Intensities resistance training on energy intake and appetite regulation among overweight and obese college girl. Finally, to evaluate whether the resistance training can reduce the overweight and obese female college students' energy intake and appetite regulation
The investigators aimed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a fractional radiofrequency device with a micro-insulated needle to reduce submental fat.
The primary aim of this study is to investigate whether a number of co-created bridge-building activities between municipality-based lifestyle programs and community-based physical activities (e.g. local sports and exercise associations) can support persons with type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and/or obesity in maintain physical activity levels.
The investigators have previously identified knee osteoarthritis patients with the combination of depression and an unhealthy weight may be an increased risk of more rapid joint degeneration and worsening pain. The GetHealthy-OA program combines a mind-body program with the oral supplement fisetin to potentially reduce the risk for this population by treating psychosocial, mechanical, and inflammatory mechanisms of knee osteoarthritis. This randomized clinical trial will compare the GetHealthy-OA program to minimally-enhanced usual care plus an oral placebo.