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Constipation Study

This study is investigating the effect of a food supplement on those with constipation.

All participants will receive reimbursement of €450 upon completion of the study.

This study is closed - check back again as we may run a similar study in future.
Constipation Study

Who is Eligible?

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Aged 18-75
  • Have low frequency of bowel movements (1-2 per week)
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Study Requirements

What's Involved In Participating

Schedule

You must visit our Cork clinic 3 times over 2 months. No samples are required at any visit.

Product

You must consume the food supplement daily for 6 weeks.

APP

Track bowel movements with a daily e-diary app.

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