Randomised controlled trials are scientific studies in which participants are assigned to receive different interventions (e.g. diet A and diet B) using a technique known as random allocation. Random allocation ensures that characteristics of the individuals which may influence the effectiveness of the interventions being studied (e.g. body mass index) are distributed evenly between the different groups.
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