Clinical Trial

Post-Exercise Diets for Improving Metabolism and Body Composition

Study Description

Low Versus High-glycemic Index Post-exercise Diets for Improving Metabolism and Body Composition

Postprandial triglycerides are a strong risk factor for heart disease. The purpose is to assess the effects of a low-glycemic versus high-glycemic meal after 90 minute exercise sessions that are done 4 times a week for 6 weeks on postprandial triglyceride level. Secondary measurements include other lipids and body composition.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Dietary Supplement - Low glycemic index post-exercise diet

Feeding of a low-glycemic index, lentil meal after 90 minutes of walking exercise

Dietary Supplement - High glycemic index post-exercise diet

Feeding of a high-glycemic index meal (i.e. instant mashed potatoes, white bread, egg whites) after 90 minutes of walking exercise

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Endurance Training and Post-exercise Low Glycemic Index Recovery Diet for Improving Postprandial Triglycerides

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03587051

ParticipAid ID

bkRR6a