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  • Coolen, Jordy
    Data Submission
  • Ernst, Robert
    Data Submission

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Public Design
Yes
Readers
tno.user
martien.caspers
annemarie.prins
eugene.vansomeren
Savvina.Daniil
heleen.deweerd
jildau.bouwman
peter.wielinga
everton.soutolima
paula.santos
serdar.ozsezen
everton.lima
tim.vandenbroek
herman.wietmarschen
ferry.jagers
willem.vandenbrink
suzan.wopereis
andre.boorsma
lars.verschuren
lodewic.vantwillert
rosario.lombardo
wouter.zirkzee
pol.grootswagers
ben.vanommen
annelies.dijk
femke.hoevenaars
joost.westerhout
marjan.vanerk
remon.dulos
Writers
Study title
Assessment of Dietary Modulation of Inflammatory Tone (ADMIT)
Template
Intervention/Observation study
title
Assessment of Dietary Modulation of Inflammatory Tone (ADMIT)
description
The kinetic responses of three different dietary challenges and a water control challenge were assessed on various metabolic and inflammatory markers in 14 healthy males and females using a full cross-over study design. The dietary challenges included glucose (75 g glucose in 300 ml water), lipids (200 ml whipping cream) and a mix of glucose and lipids (same amounts as above), respectively. Blood samples were collected at baseline and at 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 h after consumption of the treatment products. Inflammation (IFN(gamma), IL-1(beta), IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, IL-12p70, TNF-(alpha), CRP, ICAM-1, VCAM-1, SAA, E-selectin, P-selectin, thrombomodulin, leukocytes, neutrophils, lymphocytes) and clinical (e.g. glucose, insulin, triglycerides) markers as well as gene expression in blood cells and plasma oxylipin profiles were measured.
code
ADMIT_01
startDate
2012-12-14 00:00:00.0
Study type
Human Intervention
Objectives
etsa
Central conclusion
This study shows that dietary glucose and lipid challenges hardly induced an acute inflammatory response in healthy subjects, as quantified by an accurate and broad panel of parameters.
Consortium
not defined

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