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Research / Discovery

Participants needed for nutritional supplement study

February 8, 2013

Volunteers who are older, heavier, can help investigate new versions of existing supplement.

The Human Performance Clinical/Research Laboratory in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University is seeking volunteers to participate in a study evaluating two new versions of the nutritional supplement Protandim.

Volunteers should be aged 45-70 years, and be categorized as overweight or obese based on body mass index (this value will be calculated for you).

Participants will receive financial compensation for time spent in the laboratory.

Potential risks for study volunteers: You will be asked to provide two blood samples.

 More information about Protandim is available at the website www.protandim.com/

For more information about this study,  contact Dr. Christopher Bell in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at physiology@cahs.colostate.edu.

This study has been approved by the CSU Institutional Review Board (protocolnumber: 12-3767H).


Contact: Christopher Bell
E-mail: physiology@cahs.colostate.edu