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Food choice and liking

28 October 2018

The purpose of the study is to investigate whether time of day and food type affects eating behaviour. You will be required to attend two sessions on separate days - 1 session will be at breakfast time (8am), the other at lunchtime (12pm). Both sessions will take 45-60 mins and will be located in the National Centre of Sport and Exercise Medicine building (NCSEM). At each session you will be provided a meal to consume. Before and after eating, you will be asked some questions about the food.

Requirements

  • Not vegan
  • 18+
  • Eats breakfast 5 or more days per week
  • To complete an initial online survey undertake anywhere (15 mins) - link is below.
  • Refrain from: vigorous exercise & alcohol consumption 24 hours prior; consuming caffeine in the 12 hours prior; eating for at least 12 hours prior to the breakfast trial sessions & refrain from eating for 3 hours prior to the lunch trial session

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the Loughborough University Ethics Sub-Committee (Human Participants) on 23/10/2018 (HPSC Research Proposal R18-P149)

About the researcher

Chris McLeod is undertaking this study as part of his PhD. Dr Gemma Witcomb (Lecturer in Psychology, School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences) is supervising him in conducting this research

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