The research, for which volunteers are sought, will also analyse the effectiveness of these supplements in the body composition and on the aerobic performance

31 August 2015
 

The investigation, realized by researchers of the Centre of Investigation and High Performance Sports at the Catholic University of Murcia, aims to analyse how food supplements affect the percentage of fat mass, blood lipids profile, and immunological biomarkers, contributing to the improvement of the quality of life of overweight people. Since the researchers team emphasizes on a product exclusively composed of natural extracts, there are no adverse impacts.

 

Who can participate in the study?

The Centre is looking for volunteers that would like to take part in the study. The volunteers must be people aged between 30 and 50, overweight, presenting no metabolic illnesses, asthma or dysthyroidism; and that are not presenting any allergy to foods such as carrots, grapes, grapefruit, green tea, caffeine and/or guarana; among other requirements. People interested will have to take the food supplements during four months, following the guidelines of a nutritionist, and realize various evaluation tests (all managed by the investigation). The participants will be financially rewarded once the study will be completed.

For further information, please call 968 278 566 or send a mail to ciard.proyectos@ucam.edu.