Clinical Trial

Potato Consumption and Energy Balance

Study Description

Potato Consumption and Energy Balance

A randomized, clinical trial will be performed to assess changes in body weight and fat mass with daily potato consumption versus a calorie-matched snack of almonds.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

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

White potato (french fries)

If randomized to this group, participants will be asked to consume 1 serving of French fries (~300 kcal) each day for 30 days as a part of their usual dietary intake. French fries will be portioned and provided to participants.

White potato (French fries), +seasoning

If randomized to this group, participants will be asked to consume 1 serving of French fries (~300 kcal) with added potential glycemia modifying seasoning mix each day for 30 days as a part of their usual dietary intake. French fries and seasoning will be portioned and provided to participants.

Almond

If randomized to this group, participants will be asked to consume 1 serving of almonds that is calorically-matched to the French fries (~300 kcal) serving in the other arms each day for 30 days as a part of their usual dietary intake. Almonds will be portioned and provided to participants.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Potato Consumption and Energy Balance: a Randomized, Controlled, Clinical Trial

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03518515

ParticipAid ID

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