Clinical Trial

Effect of Phosphorus Additives on the Metabolome

Study Description

Effect of Phosphorus Additives on the Metabolome in Healthy Adults

This study evaluates the effect of phosphorus supplementation on the human metabolome. The investigators will do so by conducting a cross-over study in healthy adults consuming a study diet (normal diet supplemented by neutral sodium phosphorus, 1 gram/day) for seven days and a control diet (normal diet supplemented by sodium and potassium chloride only) for seven days with a 28 day wash-out period in between. Untargeted metabolomic analyses will be done in serum samples obtained at the end of each diet period.

Location

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Methods

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

Phosphorus-supplemented study diet

Participants will be instructed to consume a normal diet and will take a total of 1,000 mg of supplemental phosphorus per day in the form of neutral sodium phosphorus (K-Phos neutral®) for 1 week.

Control Diet

Participants will be asked to consume a normal diet supplemented with sodium and potassium chloride tablets commensurate with the extra sodium and potassium content consumed during the study diet period for 1 week

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Effect of Phosphorus Additives on the Metabolome in Healthy Adults

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03841786

ParticipAid ID

eVOZBa