Raw data from a cross-over controlled inpatient dietary study comparing effects of Mediterranean and high protein diets on insulin resistance and glucose variability in pre-diabetic obese women

Published: 25 November 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nsnm9tjrnt.1
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Data used for the analyses presented in the research paper "A high protein diet is more effective in improving insulin resistance and glycaemic variability compared to a Mediterranean diet - a cross-over controlled inpatient dietary study". The three uploaded files contain: - Clinica data (Rawdata_clinical.xlsx) - Continuous glucose monitoring data (Rawdata_cgm.xlsx) - 16S rRNA gene sequences data from participants' stool samples collected at baseline (Rawdata_sequences_trimmed.fastq)

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Obesity, Dietary Protein, Gut Microbiome, Insulin Resistance, Blood Glucose Monitoring, Mediterranean Diet

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