Volunteers Needed for Infant Feeding Study! Easy, Free Food, and $100
Volunteers are needed for an infant feeding study. For participation, participants will receive free baby food (broccoli or carrots) for the Intervention week. Additionally, participants will receive $100 at the end of the study.
The study is measuring the effect of broccoli, or carrots, as infants first foods on the gut microbiome. Infants will start study on their 6th month mark, and study will be conducted simply through diaper collection. Infants need to have not started solid foods before this study.
Kaleigh Beane, study coordinator
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The study lasts up to eight weeks and involves 7 to 9 visits to the University of Arkansas and the Food Science Department. Cash compensation is offered for participating children.
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