Would you like to have your average intake of fruits and vegetables, specifically carotenoids, level measured with a non-invasive scanning light of the index finger that takes about 15 seconds? Your entire research commitment will last around 20 minutes.
The Institutional Review Board of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (FWA00004149) has approved this research project # 22-025
Contact info: Contact the IRB at firstname.lastname@example.org or (423) 425-5867.
The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of food insecurity on fruit and vegetable intake for college and non-college adults with the use of a carotenoid scanner and a short dietary intake questionnaire.
To participate in a research study which includes:
- having a scan( by a light) of your finger,
- filling out a short (22 Q) diet questionnaire, and
- the option to receive some nutrition information from registered dietitian nutritionist and students from the College of Computer Science and Engineering
- Sign up for ½ hour time slot: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0849ACAB2CA6FC1-veggie
- Come to Metropolitan Building, 518 Oak Street
(This research is part of the INcubating EngineerS for food innovaTion (iNEST), USDA, College of Computer Science and Engineering grant at UTC)
Charlene-Schmidt@utc.edu, Principal Investigator and Faculty Advisor
Marleah-Payne@utc.edu, Investigator and Adjunct Faculty, Health and Human Performance