Infants are needed for a feeding study about broccoli and carrots

Volunteers needed for Infant Feeding Study
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Volunteers needed for Infant Feeding Study

Infants are needed for a feeding study which looks at the impact of broccoli and carrots on gut health and the improvement of immunity. Infants will start the feeding study at 6 months, and qualifications include not starting solid foods, outside of rice cereal, before 6 months. Measuring the gut microbiome will be done through fecal collection via diaper collections from participants. All families (students and non-students) qualify. Participants will receive $100 for participation. 

Contacts

Kaleigh Beane, study coordinator
Human Environmental Sciences
479-575-3623, Broccoli@uark.edu

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