13 Feb 2014

Participants sought: Resistant Starch dietary research study

Participants required
Do you have an ileostomy? Would you like to take part in a dietary research study? Volunteers are required for a study investigating the use of a new Resistant Starch product that may be used to help increase levels of Resistant Starch in Australian foods. Resistant Starch is thought to have a wide range of health benefits in humans.
You may be suitable to take part in this research project conducted by the Department of Gastroenterology at Monash University (Alfred Campus) if you:
  • Are aged between 18 and 70 years;
  • Have a well-established end ileostomy (no more than 10cm of terminal ileum removed);
  • Do not have any other gastrointestinal disease (e.g. Coeliac disease or active Crohn’s disease involving the small intestine)
To participate or to find out more information please contact Ms Marina Iacovou:
Ethics Approval
Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee project number: CF13/Q831-2013001504
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