An explorative analysis of the MedGICard-study
Research Project, 2023 – 2025

The Parties' intention is to engage in research co-operation to evaluate a novelapproach to identify individuals that are likely to respond with stronger metabolicbenefits from a high dietary fibre diet as part of a Mediterranean diet usingmeasurements of circulating short chain fatty acids (SCFAs) in response to a wholeday dietary challenge (meal test). The aim is further to explore to what extent adietary intervention with high vs. low GI foods as part of a Mediterranean dietcauses alterations in immunoglobulin G N-glycans that have previously beenshown to be associated with incident type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease(CVD).


Rikard Landberg (contact)

Chalmers, Life Sciences, Food and Nutrition Science



Project ID: PONo4900241623
Funding Chalmers participation during 2023–2025

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