Call for study volunteers – get free food for three months


February 16th, 2016

A PhD student is looking for healthy male and female volunteers to take part in a four-month research study to investigate whether replacing red and processed meat improves health.

Over the study, there will be four health assessments (weekday morning appointments) at the Medical School at Queen’s Medical Centre.

You will be provided with free meat-replacement ingredients for three months, and recipe ideas for meat-free meals.

To take part you must:

  • be aged 21-50 years
  • be a non-smoker
  • have a BMI 18-28kg/m²
  • female participants must be premenopausal
  • have good spoken and written English
  • regularly eat four-five portions of red and/or processed meat per week (three-four of these being main meals)

To find out more, contact Dr Azlina A.Razak by email or phone 07519 414501.

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2 Comments

March 6th, 2016 at 4:58 pm

Catherine Haynes

I match all the criteria and would be interested in participating!

March 11th, 2016 at 9:37 am

Mike Jennings

Hi Catherine, thank you for your interest. To take part, email eatlessmeat2016@gmail.com or phone 07519 414501, and Dr Azlina A.Razak would be happy to speak to you about getting involved.

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