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A national Aotearoa New Zealand dietary intervention study to evaluate the effect of a 12-week whole-diet intervention incorporating nutritious domestically-produced food and beverage products and dietary change support, compared with habitual diet, on the MetS-Z score in individuals at risk of developing metabolic disease in a randomised controlled trial.
PublisherHigh-value Nutrition, Ko Ngā Kai Whai Painga
Temporal coverage: start2022-01-01
HVN Project / Programme NameHe Rourou Whai Painga Main Study
Data access requirementsDe-identified, individual participant data that underlies the results of this study may be available in published study results including but not limited to reports to the funder, peer-reviewed publications, clinical trial registry websites, scientific meetings, and regulatory/marketing submissions. If agreed, access to the data begins 9 months following article publication and ends 36 months following article publication, and will only be available to investigators whose proposed use of the data has been approved by the Senior Leadership Team of this trial.
Principal investigator organisationUniversity of Otago
Collaborating researchers and affiliationsProfessor Richard Gearry (University of Otago), Professor Mark Weatherall (University of Otago), Dr Troy Merry (University of Auckland), Dr Andrea Braakhuis (University of Auckland), Dr Denise Conroy (Plant and Food Research), Dr Amber Parry Strong (Centre for Endocrine, Diabetes and Endocrine Research), Dr Anna Rolleston (The Centre for Health), Dr Fiona Lithander (University of Auckland)
Data descriptionBiological, metabolomic, microbiome, dietary
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