Subjects Wanted for Research Study to Evaluate Personal Health

A study is seeking adults between 18-55 years old with no chronic illness or injury. This study will involve four visits to the Human Performance Laboratory; 1-3 periods of 24-hour nutrition monitoring.

Subjects who qualify for this study will receive $20 to $320 for participating.

For details, telephone Annelise Zaring at 970-999-4483 or email

Sign up for this study at

The principal investigator is Matthew Ganio. This study has been approved by the University of Arkansas, Institutional Review Board for Human Studies, Fayetteville.


Annelise Zaring, honors student
Exercise Science Research Center

Heidi Wells, director of communications
College of Education and Health Professions

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