Study PurposeThe purpose of this research study is to determine if a food supplement vs. a placebo will reduce appetite and hunger.
About the StudyThis study will examine the effect of a food supplement, Appethyl™, in comparison to a placebo, regard to hunger, satiety and food intake after a single dose.
- 2 Screening visits
- 4 Clinic visits
- 2 Periods of 36 days (total of 72 days) of eating four meals at Pennington Biomedical
- OGTT (Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
- Applanation Tonometry
- Orthogonal Polarization Spectroscopy
- Blood draws
- Condensed Eating: 4 meals spaced over 6 hours (1 meal every 2 hours); when subject is finished eating; they will be asked not to eat until the next meal the following day (18 hrs. without food).
- Spread out Eating: 4 meals spaced over 12 hours (1 meal every 4 hrs.); when subject is finished eating they will be asked not to eat until the next meal the following day (12 hrs. without food).
Number of visits:
During the eating parts of the study, the participants will eat according to the following schedules:
Participation in the study will be about 4 months. As a cross-over study, participants will eat according to one feeding schedule for 37 days, will have a 7 week break, and then will eat according to the other feeding schedule. All meals and study-related procedures will be provided at no cost to the participant.
Study DurationApproximately 3 weeks
CompensationEarn up to $300 for participation
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