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“…The characteristics of the seven included trials are summarized in Table 1 . Four parallel RCTs (i.e., Araki et al, 2017 ; Kondo et al, 2017 ; Wang et al, 2012 ; Zhang et al, 2011 ), two crossover RCTs (i.e., Hsu et al, 2008 ; Nakayama et al, 2017 ), and one controlled clinical trial (i.e., Bui et al, 2014 ) that compared the effects of a brown-rice diet on individuals with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes with those of a white-rice diet were included. A total of 415 participants were involved.…”
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“…The characteristics of the seven included trials are summarized in Table 1 . Four parallel RCTs (i.e., Araki et al, 2017 ; Kondo et al, 2017 ; Wang et al, 2012 ; Zhang et al, 2011 ), two crossover RCTs (i.e., Hsu et al, 2008 ; Nakayama et al, 2017 ), and one controlled clinical trial (i.e., Bui et al, 2014 ) that compared the effects of a brown-rice diet on individuals with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes with those of a white-rice diet were included. A total of 415 participants were involved.…”
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“…For random sequence generation, one trial was a controlled clinical trial (i.e., Bui et al, 2014 ), in which no randomization procedure was described; thus, it had a high risk of selection bias. Two trials (i.e., Araki et al, 2017 ; Kondo et al, 2017 ) were assessed as having a low risk of bias, as they generated a random sequence by age stratification using the minimization method. The other four trials (i.e, Hsu et al, 2008 ; Nakayama et al, 2017 ; Wang et al, 2012 ; Zhang et al, 2011 ) had an unclear risk of bias because the method of random sequence generation that was used was not mentioned.…”
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“…In a randomized controlled trial, 42 prediabetic, overweight patients were randomly assigned into 400 g partiallyabraded brown rice (PABR) or white rice (WR) daily for 12 weeks. The results showed that particle numbers of small LDL and very small LDL were significantly reduced in the PABR group, whereas in the WR group, they were increased [113].…”
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“…Twelve-week supplementation of partially-abraded brown rice has been shown to attenuate weight gain and improve lipid metabolism in pre-diabetic overweight human subjects (Araki et al, 2017). In addition, brown rice bran supplementation has been shown to significantly reduce serum cholesterol levels and improve low density lipoprotein cholesterol to high density lipoprotein cholesterol ratios by 0.6 mol/mol in moderately hyperlipidemic human subjects (Gerhardt and Gallo, 1998).…”
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