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Report for Clinical Trial NCT03666182

Developed by Shray Alag, 2020.
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The Relationship Between Genetics, Body Mass Index, Fat Intake, Fat Taste Sensitivity and Food Preference

A cross-sectional quantitative study will be carried out; recruiting female, Caucasian participants aged 18-65 years. The relevance of candidate gene studies is disputed. Research has shown associations between genotype and total fat intake. However, food preference is often described as a result of exposure to food types during upbringing. Many single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) have been associated with fat taste sensitivity, the majority of research shows that with a reduced sensitivity comes a higher total fat consumption. This study aims to assess the relationship between rs1761667 genotype, body mass index, fat intake, fat taste sensitivity and fat taste preference.

NCT03666182 Obesity Taste Sensitivity
MeSH: Hypersensitivity
HPO: Allergy

1 Interventions

Name: No Intervention

Description: No Intervention

Type: Other

Whole Sample


Primary Outcomes

Measure: Body Mass Index

Time: September - November 2018

Time Perspective: Cross-Sectional

Cohort


There is one SNP

SNPs


1 rs1761667

This study aims to assess the relationship between rs1761667 genotype, body mass index, fat intake, fat taste sensitivity and fat taste preference.



HPO Nodes


HPO:
Allergy
Genes 21
CHD1 TGM5 ADA PLA2G7 MTOR FOXP3 PGM3 CARMIL2 SIK3 CCDC28B BBS1 NRXN1 IL4R COX4I2 MS4A2 PLCG2 SPINK5 CSTA CNTNAP2 RBM8A PGM3