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24 Aug 18
***If you are thinking of starting the 5.2 diet please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to participate in my research study***
I am investigating the psychological effects of intermittent fasting in healthy adults by comparing how they answer certain questions about mood and eating behaviour before and after starting the 5.2 diet. Participation will involve completing some online questionnaires on a weekly basis for four weeks. You can participate from anywhere in the world as it all takes place online.
All participants will be entered in to a prize draw to win one of 13 Amazon vouchers (£20, £50, £100)!
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