The primary purpose of the study is to evaluate the impact of strawberry intake on select measures of cardiovascular function in overweight and obese adolescent males.; ODM derived from:


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Effects of Strawberries on Parameters of Cardiovascular Health NCT01705093


  1. StudyEvent: Eligibility
    1. Eligibility
Inclusion Criteria
Male subject
Age between 14 -18 years
BMI for age and gender >75th percentile (based on cdc growth charts)
Subject is willing and able to comply with the study protocols.
Exclusion Criteria
Inability to wear PAT probes
Patient is not able to remain still and quiet during test procedures
BMI for age and gender below 75th percentile (based on cdc growth charts)
Medication that affects the vascular function
Regular use of dietary supplements during the last 6 months
Blood pressure for age, gender and height ≥ 95th percentile
Chronic/routine high intensity exercise or current participation in a sports program
Self/parent reported use of anticoagulation agents including NSAIDs
Self/Parent reported use of oral cortisone or other immunosuppressive agents
Self/Parent reported diabetes
Food faddists or those taking a non-traditional diet
Allergies to fruit
Abnormal liver, CBC or chemistry panels (laboratory values outside the reference range) if determined to be clinically significant by the study physician
Self/Parent reported malabsorption (e.g. difficulty digesting or absorbing nutrients from food, potentially leading to bloating, cramping or gas).
Patient with asthma which can be worsened by mild to moderate food allergies.
Self/Parent reported underlying neoplasia or immunological disease