The purpose of this study is to find out how taking a supplement made from grapes affects mental and physical health. Many different chemicals found in grape skin have been found to be good for health, having positive effects on the heart and muscles. This study will help determine how much nutritional supplements made from grapes can improve memory, body composition, and blood profile.
Subjects will be required to come to the Human Physiology Lab for two testing visits, 4 weeks apart. Fasting blood samples will be drawn at each visit. Each participant will undergo cognitive testing using a computer based test, a DEXA scan to measure body composition, and an ultrasound of on artery in the arm to measure vascular response to stress at each testing visit. Participants will be required to take a supplement or a placebo daily for the 4 week period between testing visits. Treatment groups will be randomly assigned.Dr. James Smoliga
Human Physiology Laboratory | O'Neill Center for Healthy Families | (570) 340-6069 | Fax: (570) 340-6067
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