Sodium retention in black and white female adolescents in response to salt intake. Clinic-based approaches to educating adolescents with T1D to follow DASH-D on their own and best strategies for insulin dosing adjustments when consuming a diet naturally rich in fiber and low in added sugars are warranted. Add greens to the pita just before eating. Weight will be held constant by adjusting energy intake. Study Start Date . DASH-D studies were compared by independent t-test. To standardize the time frame in which patients were analyzed for the glycemic variables calculated over more than one day, the 48 hours in the middle of the 3 day monitoring period was used for all patients. The two sodium levels are High reflecting current US consumption and Low reflecting current recommended intake levels.
Washington, D. We acknowledge that having a small sample size may have resulted in a wider than usual variability in responses to the diet. The DASH diet has the potential to reduce postprandial glucose responses and overall GV, and could thus prove useful as an eating plan for patients with diabetes. Other: Usual Diet The usual diet will include foods that provide the majority of energy for adolescents in the U. Brownlee M, Hirsch IB. The usual diet will include foods that provide the majority of energy for adolescents in the U. Overall, participants were highly compliant and the DASH diets were well tolerated. Study record managers: refer to the Data Element Definitions if submitting registration or results information.
Daily Totals: 1, calories, 60 g protein, g carbohydrates, 37 g fiber, 40 g fat, 1, mg sodium. Advertising revenue supports our not-for-profit mission. Participants recorded the time in which they consumed each food item on the provided check-sheets and all food containers with any foods not consumed were returned along with the intake check-sheets to assess diet compliance. Overall, participants were highly compliant and the DASH diets were well tolerated. Risk factors for cardiovascular disease in type 1 diabetes. As patients were free living, we were unable to monitor or completely control their intake. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. There were significantly more low glucose excursions on DASH 3. Additional measures of glycemic control included BG levels at specific time points postprandial every 30 minutes up to 4 h, the peak postprandial BG achieved, and time to reach peak BG.