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Measuring Daily Grain Intake Study

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Measuring Daily Grain Intake Study

The primary objective of this study is to identify markers of daily whole grain oat and whole grain wheat intake in humans.

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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

Control Refined Grain Diet

Subjects will be fed the average American diet except it will be free of whole grains

Low Whole Grain Oat Diet

Subjects will be fed the average American diet with addition of a low level of whole grain oats

High Whole Grain Oat Diet

Subjects will be fed the average American diet with addition of a high level of whole grain oats

Low Whole Grain Wheat Diet

Subjects will be fed the average American diet with addition of a low level of whole grain wheat

High Whole Grain Wheat Diet

Subjects will be fed the average American diet with addition of a high level of whole grain wheat

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Measuring Daily Grain Intake Study

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NCT04104581

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