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Post-Exercise Diets for Improving Metabolism and Body Composition

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Low Versus High-glycemic Index Post-exercise Diets for Improving Metabolism and Body Composition

Postprandial triglycerides are a strong risk factor for heart disease. The purpose is to assess the effects of a low-glycemic versus high-glycemic meal after 90 minute exercise sessions that are done 4 times a week for 6 weeks on postprandial triglyceride level. Secondary measurements include other lipids and body composition.

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Dietary Supplement - Low glycemic index post-exercise diet

Feeding of a low-glycemic index, lentil meal after 90 minutes of walking exercise

Dietary Supplement - High glycemic index post-exercise diet

Feeding of a high-glycemic index meal (i.e. instant mashed potatoes, white bread, egg whites) after 90 minutes of walking exercise

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Endurance Training and Post-exercise Low Glycemic Index Recovery Diet for Improving Postprandial Triglycerides

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NCT03587051

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