Clinical Research Opportunity for Baby Formula
Jean Brown Research is currently seeking expectant mothers to participate in a clinical study to evaluate the effectiveness of a low-lactose infant formula. Low-lactose formula is a cow’s milk-based formula that has the sugar, lactose, removed and replaced with glucose polymers. Those eligible to participate must be healthy, full term newborns.
Newborns’ ideal food source is breast milk. However, there are many circumstances when it difficult or not an option for mothers to breastfeed. If there are cases a mother does not or cannot breast fed her baby, infant formula is a healthy and safe alternative.
The infant foods industry is constantly studying ways to produce better foods. There is an extensive process in place to research and develop new baby formulas. All baby formula is manufactured and formulated according to strict nutritional and hygiene standards. Teams of specialists such as pediatricians, nutritionists, dietitians, microbiologists, food technologists, toxicologists and experts in regulatory affairs are involved in the process.
The research and development process has several stages set up to identify and solve a particular problem as they relate to infant foods. Babies who have reactions to lactose formulas such as fussiness, gas, bloating, crying and diarrhea can be helped by infant food researchers. The goal is to produce a nutritional baby food product while reducing those negative reactions. When the new product has been created, it is manufactured and prepared for clinical studies.
Clinical studies are conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of infant formula before it is made available to the public. Infants who are selected to participate in the Jean Brown Research clinical study will receive low lactose infant formula, health care related to the study and compensation up to $350 for time and travel.
If you or someone you know is interested in this formula study, please visit Jean Brown Research website. If you refer someone to the study and they are accepted as a participant and enroll in the study, you will be given a referral fee.