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Inositol and insulin-resistance in overweight children

 2018 EuDAP Report / Posted 10 months ago by admin / 54 views

Clinical trial: Effects of Inositol on insulin-resistance in overweight children

Brief Summary:

Inositol in involved in the insulin pathway. In literature it has been demonstrated to improve insulin sensitivity and ovarian function in women affected by PCOS.

In a preliminary study conducted on obese children between 7 and 15 years, the investigators have demonstrated that Inositol administration (Myo-inositol 1100 mg + D-Chiro-inositol 27,6 mg + Folic Acid 400 μg) before a Glucose Oral Tolerance Test reduces the increase of insulin levels, particularly in subjects with basal insulin ≥ 15 uU/ml.

So the aim of this study is to evaluate the potential therapeutic effect of inositol, as non-pharmacologic agent, in preventing tipe II diabetes in children.

  • National Dietetic Association: ITALY - Italian Association of Dietitians, Associazione Nazionale Dietisti (ANDID)
  • EFAD Education Associate Member: none or other than from the list
  • EuDAP key objectives: Objective 4. Invest in establishing the effectiveness of dietitians
  • Target audience: Health professionals, Children and Adolescents
Contact details

Italy ***** https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03920787

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