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Current Nutrition Studies

The Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center is always looking for volunteers to participate in community studies. In community studies, volunteers live at home but take their meals at the Center.

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NewWhole Egg Intake and the Mediterranean Diet

We are seeking volunteers to participate in a research study to evaluate the daily intake of whole eggs in the Mediterranean Diet.

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NewAttractiveness of Active Video Games for Youth Study

We are looking for children to join our study about the motivating factors for playing active video games!

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Daily protein intake patterns on energy metabolism and the motivation to snack

We are seeking volunteers to participate in a research study to determine if when you eat your protein can change how your body uses food for energy. We will also test if eating a high protein breakfast can change your craving for snack foods.

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Acute Effects of Fats on Satiety and Energy Needs

We invite you to join a study to determine the effect of consuming dietary sources of fat on responses of satiety and energy metabolism.

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Veg Up! Motivating Value of Vegetables Study

We invite you to join a study to determine if eating vegetables will increase people's motivation to eat vegetables.

Do you not currently eat vegetables, but are willing to eat them for science? We are looking for people to participate in a research study about how eating vegetables can affect your liking and motivation to eat them. In this study we will provide you with vegetables to eat for 8 weeks and measure how much you are willing to eat them after 12 and 16 weeks.

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Fish For Health

We invite you to join a study to determine if eating fish of differing omega 3 content will decrease inflammation and cardiovascular disease risk markers.

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If you are interested in receiving information about future studies, please complete our Future Studies form.


Last Modified: 1/4/2017
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