Clinical Trial 44914

Chicago, IL 60611


We are investigating the effects of a probiotic on blood sugar control in adults (men aged 21-69; women aged 45-69) with Pre-Diabetes or unmedicated Type 2 Diabetes. If you are unsure of your current blood sugar levels, we can provide a free blood test in our clinic to check for you. 

The study requires 7 clinic visits over the course of 19 weeks.

The study requires Oral Glucose Tolerance Tests, Continuous Glucose Monitoring, two stool samples, various blood draws requiring fasting for 8-12 hours, and a few days of food and sleep diaries.

As part of the study requirements, you will be asked to take part in a procedure called an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test,. This is used to measure the changes in your blood sugar levels over a period of a few hours. It requires an IV to be placed in your arm to allow for multiple blood draws. The study also aims to explore trends in your blood sugar levels during the day and night over a 2-week period. In order to do this, you will be asked to wear a Continuous Glucose Monitoring Sensor twice over the duration of the study.

Qualified Participants Must:

• Be men aged 21-69, or women aged 45-69 who are peri/post-menopause
• Have a BMI between 18.5-43
• Have either: Pre-Diabetes or Type II Diabetes without medication for at least 3 months
• Able to commute to our Downtown Chicago office for visits

Qualified Participants May Receive:

$900 at the completion of the study

Available At:

Atlantia Clinical Trials
142 E. Ontario
Suite 1200
Chicago, IL 60611
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Clinical trials are medical research studies designed to test the safety and/or effectiveness of new investigational drugs, devices, or treatments in humans. These studies are conducted worldwide for a range of conditions and illnesses. Learn more about clinical research and participating in a study at About Clinical Trials.