Are you interested in how PEANUTS may affect blood sugar levels and gut health?
The peanut study is seeking research volunteers for a peanut study
Healthy, non-smoking men and women are needed for a research study examining the effect of evening peanut consumption on blood glucose and cholesterol levels, blood pressure, vascular health, and gut health. We are seeking participants 18 – 75 years of age with a BMI of 20-40 kg/m2. Eligible participants must not be taking medications for high cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes, or inflammatory conditions. Participants will be provided with peanuts or a calorie matched snack to consume in the evening for 6 weeks. Each diet phase will be separated by a ≥ 4 week break (total time commitment for the study is ~16 weeks). At the completion of the study participants will receive lab results and compensation of $400. If you are interested in learning more about the Peanut Study, please call 1-866-778-3438 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, mention the Peanut Study and leave your name and a contact number. This study is being conducted by Dr. Kris-Etherton and Dr. Petersen in the Nutritional Sciences Department at Penn State University.