Eating for two: adherence to dietary guidelines during pregnancy
Are you between 16-28 weeks pregnant? Would you like to contribute to a world first study on eating behaviour during pregnancy?
Pregnant women who are between 16-28 weeks gestation are invited to take part in a study that examines eating behaviour throughout pregnancy. This study is being conducted by researchers at the Deakin University to better understand women’s eating behaviours during pregnancy. The results of this study will contribute to a better understanding of maternal and foetal health. Participation will entail completion of two online questionnaires one month apart. These questionnaires will ask about your dietary beliefs and behaviours while you’re pregnant. In total, the study will take less than 30 minutes to complete.
If you are interested in participating in this vital research please follow this link http://fresh-facts.com/limesurvey/in...=18255&lang=en.
For more information about our study please contact Dr Emily Kothe on: (03) 92445599 or at: email@example.com.
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