Quality of Vegetarian and Vegan Diets

Purpose

Are you a vegetarian or vegan? Would you like to know more about the nutritional quality of your diet?

Dietetics graduate students are seeking self-identified vegetarian or vegan participants (18-64 years old) for a research study. 

What is involved?

  • 10-minute preliminary questionnaire 
  • 20-45 minute online dietary recall 

At the end, we will provide you with a summary of your nutrient intake and diet quality. 

Ready to begin?

Contact Elena Torna for the survey website: 

Age

18 to 65

Gender

Male
Female

Monetary compensation

No

Can be done from home

Yes

Keywords

healthy volunteers, Vegetarian diet, Vegetarianism, Cooking utensils and nutrition

Principal Investigator

Elena Torna

Department

UF Dietetics Graduate Program

Contact Information

elenatorna@ufl.edu

727-798-4434


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