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Hispanic and Asian Participants Needed for Stanford Salt Study

Hispanic and Asian Participants Needed for Stanford Salt Study
The Stanford Prevention Research Center is looking for Hispanic and Asian participants for a nutrition study assessing sources of salt in the diet among different ethnic/race groups. This is a study funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Participants must:
- Be 18-74 years old and in general good health;
- Not currently have diabetes insipidus, chronic kidney disease, or be pregnant or breastfeeding

Study participants will be asked to:
- Describe over the phone to a dietitian what they ate over a 24-hour period on 4 separate days (~30 minutes each)
- collect samples of all salt added to food on 4 separate days.

All study participants will receive a Detailed Diet Analysis – including carbs, fats, protein, fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, sodium and more!  And will be paid up to $120 depending on participation.

You can read more about the study by visiting the Salt Study website and completing our eligibility questionnaire, or email eavery@stanford.edu for further information. Friends and family are also welcome to participate!



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