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How do fibre and protein affect blood sugar and appetite?

June 2019
March 2021
England - London
Imperial College London
How do fibre and protein affect blood sugar and appetite?

Researchers at Imperial College London would like to find out how different types of fibre and protein in our diets affects blood sugar levels and appetite. They are looking for people with Type 2 diabetes, aged 18-70, who are not taking insulin and are South Asian or white European. The study involves seven visits to Hammersmith Hospital, where participants will eat a meal and have a series of blood samples taken over three hours. 

Participants will receive £180 at the end of the study, along with travel expenses and evening meals covered. For further information, please contact Anna Cherta on protein@imperial.ac.uk or 07522 887 666. 


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