Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Hass Avocado Trial ("CHAT") (CHAT)

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Feb 24, 2024
  • participants needed
    156
  • sponsor
    Sansum Diabetes Research Institute
Updated on 24 April 2022

Summary

Hispanic/Latino adults in the United States (U.S.) bear a disproportionate burden of type 2 diabetes (T2D). Dietary changes, facilitated by increased access and adherence to healthy foods, are necessary. In this study, continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) will be used to quantify changes in glycemic control in Hispanic/Latino (predominantly of Mexican origin) adults with or at-risk of T2D before and after receiving free avocados for 12 weeks. Beyond CGM-measured glycemic control, wearable activity and sleep monitors, physical exams, laboratory analyses, and questionnaires/logs will be used to track the impact of free avocado vouchers. The findings are anticipated to help clinicians provide new information to support positive behavior change to reduce the risk of T2D or progression from pre-diabetes to T2D and make it easier for patients to access healthier food, potentially leading to improved health.

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In this study, continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) will be used to quantify changes in glycemic control in Hispanic/Latino adults with and at-risk of T2D before and after receiving free avocado vouchers. The impact of using CGM to determine the effect of improving access to avocados on glycemic profiles and food related-behaviors for Hispanic/Latino adults with or at risk of T2D is not known at present. To address this need, increased avocado consumption will be combined with CGM to assess post-prandial glucose responses. This is based on evidence showing that one half of a Hass avocado at lunch is associated with increased satisfaction and reduced desire to eat over the subsequent 3-5 hours in overweight or obese adults.

For CGM, there is a lack of prospective data on the relationship between derived metrics and complications for adults with non-insulin treated T2D or at-risk of T2D, but glucose profiles from non-diabetic subjects suggest very tight glycemic control, with only brief postprandial excursions >140 mg/dL. Cross-sectional data suggests more time spent between 140 and 180 mg/dl comparing predominantly Mexican American adults at risk of T2D to adults with pre-T2D and to adults with diagnosed T2D. Further, in a study examining the thresholds for CGM at which vascular disease can be detected, Lu and colleagues reported time in ranges above 140 mg/dL was associated with abnormal values for retinopathy and carotid intima-medial thickness, a measure of macrovascular disease risk. Hence, the focus in this study will be time in range between 140 and 180 mg/dl between 6 am and 12 am (waking hours).

Details
Condition Dietary Habits, Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2
Treatment Avocado Vouchers
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05293340
SponsorSansum Diabetes Research Institute
Last Modified on24 April 2022

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Yes No Not Sure

Inclusion Criteria

Adults ≥ 18 years of age at enrollment
Self-reported Hispanic/Latino heritage
Self-reported diagnosis of T2D or self-reported as at risk for developing T2D using the American Diabetes Association diabetes risk assessment tool [25]

Exclusion Criteria

Use of insulin
Pregnancy
Any active clinically significant disease or disorder which in the investigator's opinion could interfere with participation in the study
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