The University of Arkansas Hydration Science Lab recently announced that it is looking for participants 30 to 55 years old for a study on the relationship between hydration and blood sugar regulation.
The study is being directed by Stavros
Kavouras and involves a seven-hour protocol, which study participants can
arrange to begin at any boing between 5 and 9 a.m. Participants will be
compensated with $200 and will additionally receive a personal nutritional
analysis and a DXA scan that will determine their body composition.
The University of Arkansas Institutional
Review Board for human subjects in research has approved this study’s protocol.
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