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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Biological Assessment of Satiety


Why are we doing this study?

The study is being done to develop a method to assess the satiety of food items that correlate the subjective (questionnaire responses) and objective (gut hormone levels) response to food intake, and to determine the extent to which commonly consumed foods influence satiety responses. You would visit the Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center up to 5 times. The first visit is the Information Visit where you will be given information about the study. The second visit is a Screening Visit where you will be screened to assure that you meet eligibility criteria for participation. If you qualify for and are interested in participating in the study, you will be scheduled for three test visits up to 2 weeks apart. This study is being conducted by Susan K. Raatz, Ph.D., R.D. at the Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center in Grand Forks, ND.

This study is being supported by a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture.

Who is eligible for this study?

  • Men and women between 25-45 years of age
  • Normal body weight to overweight (18-29.9 kg/m2)
  • Medical History demonstrating good health
  • Willingness to comply with the demands of the experimental protocol
  • Do not have an uncontrolled medical problem (including blood pressure of >160/110)
  • May not be pregnant or lactating
  • May not exhibit an eating disorder

What is required of me for this study?

  • Complete a 3 day dietary record prior to admission
  • Not exercise for 48 hours prior to testing
  • 3 overnight stays at the center with a 5 hour testing period
  • Consume given food items at requested times

Will I get compensated for my time?

You may be compensated as much as $620 for participating.

Who can I call about this study?

Applications are online at:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2P98R73

If you have more questions call (701) 795-8396

or e-mail recruit@gfhnrc.ars.usda.gov


Last Modified: 8/11/2014
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