Ready-to-eat breakfast study needs volunteers

Granola barsReady-to-eat breakfasts are convenient, but how do we respond to them? The Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health are currently looking for volunteers to take part in a study designed to see effects of ready-to-eat breakfast products on energy expenditure during the day.

The study team are recruiting

  • Healthy men aged 18-65
  • Women aged 18 and over who take the oral contraceptive pill
  • Normal to overweight (BMI 18.5-40kg/m2)
  • Who regularly eat breakfast at least 5 days a week

If you are interested, please follow this link for more details.

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Medical Library, University of Aberdeen

The team in the Medical Library at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland

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