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Potato Consumption and Energy Balance

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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.

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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

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.

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

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NCT03518515

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