Participate in Time-Restricted Feeding, Nutrition and Health Study

The Department of Food Science and the Center for Human Nutrition at the U of A are recruiting adults between the ages of 23-65 years to participate in a nutrition study related to time-restricted feeding (eating for eight hours and fasting for 16 hours each day). 

The study lasts up to 14 weeks and involves 11-12 visits to the U of A and the Center for Human Nutrition. The study involves measurements of sleep, mood, diet and other aspects of health.

Cash compensation for participating. 

For more information, please contact us at TRIMM.Arkansas@gmail.com

Contacts

Jamie Baum, associate professor
Department of Food Science
479-575-4474, baum@uark.edu

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