|Impact of eating beans on metabolism
Impact of eating beans on metabolism
Why are we doing this study?
The purpose of this research is to test how eating a meal containing beans impacts how your body uses food for energy.
Who is eligible for this study?
- A U.S. citizen who is at least 19 years of age
- Is not considered underweight or obese based on your height and weight
- Do not have any significant health conditions
- Do not smoke or use other tobacco products, including e-cigarettes
- Do not take steroid-based medications
- Not planning to or currently attempting to gain or lose weight
- All premenopausal females must be on birth control for a minimum of 3 months prior to start of study
- Must be able to stay at the Grand Forks Human Nutrition Center (GFHNRC) for 24 hours on 3 separate occasions
What is required of me for this study?
- Coming to the GFHNRC for an information/consenting meeting, a screening visit, and 3 study visits
- Eat a research specific diet for 3 days before each study visit (all foods and drinks will be provided)
- Staying in our metabolic room for 24 hours on 3 separate occasions
- Eat meals containing beans or bean products while in the metabolic room
- Collect all your urine while in the metabolic room
Will I get compensated for my time?
You will be paid for being in this research study. After you finish the study, you will be given a choice of $580 or getting a membership to Choice Health and Fitness. For the Choice Health and Fitness Membership you have the choice of either a 10-month individual membership or a 7-month family membership.
Important Information for Non-US Citizens
Please be aware, compensation is offered for study participation. If you are not a United States citizen, you should check your documentation to make sure you can receive money from a non-University source without jeopardizing your status in the United States.
Who can I contact about this study?
Applications are online at: https://usdaars.gov1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7Qy8xsFs8VXTlNY
If you have questions, please call 701-795-8396 or email firstname.lastname@example.org