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Corn and Heart Health Study

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Corn and Heart Health Study

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of 3 different corn flours: (1) whole grain corn flour, (2) 50% refined corn flour + 50% corn bran derived from whole corn meal, and (3) refined corn flour, on cardio-metabolic outcomes and changes in the gut microbiome.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

50/50 refined cornmeal-bran mix

48 g/d of a mix of 50% refined cornmeal flour and 50% corn bran flour served to participants as two daily 24 g servings via pita breads and/or muffins

Whole grain cornmeal flour

48 g/d of whole grain cornmeal flour served to participants as two daily 24 g servings via pita breads and/or muffins

Refined cornmeal flour

48 g/d of refined cornmeal flour served to participants as two daily 24 g servings via pita breads and/or muffins

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Evaluating the Effects of Corn Flour Consumption on Cardio-metabolic Outcomes and the Gut Microbiome in Adults With High Cholesterol

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NCT03967990

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aM8Ame