Clinical Trial

Impact of Phosphate Diet on Phosphate and Calcium Excretion

Study Description

The Impact of a Low or High Phosphate Diet on Phosphate and Calcium Excretion in Healthy People

Phosphate is present in many of the foods that the investigators eat and is required by many cellular processes. The kidneys are the only organ that excrete the extra phosphate from the diet that the body does not require. Phosphate is linked to vascular calcification and cardiovascular disease. Measures of serum phosphate do not reflect the burden of phosphate and are not sensitive to early changes in the way the kidneys eliminate phosphate. This study will determine whether the kidneys handle an oral phosphate load differently after 5 days of a low phosphate diet compared to 5 days of a high phosphate diet.

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 - Phosphate supplemented diet

Participants will be asked to follow a 5 day menu of 750 mg of phosphorus daily along with a daily sodium phosphorus supplement of 500 mg

Additional Information

Official Study Title

The Impact of a Low or High Phosphate Diet on Phosphate and Calcium Excretion in Healthy People

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04013776

ParticipAid ID

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