Love snacking? Take part in the King’s College London InterSat nutrition study

Love snacking? Take part in the King’s College London InterSat nutrition study

Want to be a citizen scientist and see how nutrition research is done?
Here’s your chance to contribute to scientific research! 🔬 🍎

Are you...

a. healthy, a non-smoker, and aged 35-65

b. not taking medication for blood pressure, cholesterol or blood glucose control

c. living in London (UK) or surrounding areas

d. willing to replace your daily snacks (10% of daily intake) with test muffins for 12 weeks

If you answered YES to all the above, then you could be working with a team of nutrition scientists at King’s College London as their study participant!

The study involves:

  • A health screening visit (45 minutes)
  • 8 further visits to King’s College London
  • Donation of blood samples

This exciting new study, called the InterSat study, is investigating the effects of dietary fats on cardiometabolic health, and the anonymised results will likely be published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

What do you get from taking part?

  • Receive invaluable information about your health – including liver function, full blood count, blood lipid profile, and glucose levels
  • Compensated £200 for your time
  • Your travel expenses reimbursed
  • Become a citizen scientist and help with important nutrition research!

Please click here to view and download the participant information sheet that explains more.

If you are interested in taking part, or would like to know more about the study, please email Eleanor at King’s College London on [email protected] for further information.

Spread the word!

This new study on the health effects of fats in snacks led by King’s College London is now open to new study participants who live in London, UK, or surrounding areas…

Please extend this invitation to someone you know who LOVES snacking 💌

(Hurry, recruitment for the trial will be closing soon…)

Thank you for considering this study!

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