Are you male? Aged 30 - 45 years? Overweight? Or do you know someone who is? The Centre for Exercise and Nutrition are recruiting for a world-first 24 hour trial investigating how the timing of meals affects health and metabolism.
Dr Brooke Devlin and Dr Evelyn Parr, of ACU's Centre for Exercise and Nutrition, are conducting a world-first investigation examining 24 hour profiles of two different meal patterns.
Eligible participants will each receive ten days of food provided at no cost, remuneration provided for participation, an individual metabolic health profile, as well as the opportunity to assist in advancing medical research.
The study involves attending the laboratory (Daniel Mannix Building) on five occasions, involving two x 24 hour laboratory stays, blood sampling, muscle biopsies, and measurements of body composition, dietary intake and physical activity patterns.
If you are interested then please contact Miss Bridget Radford (Research Assistant) at email@example.com or 03 9230 8284 for more information.