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Pep19 Obesity Research Study - Precision Clinical Research

Improve your quality of life with a naturally occurring protein.

This study has a compensation of up to $360 for time and travel for qualified participants.


Pep19, a protein that aids in reducing body fat, is considered safe for consumption and may be included in food products. This study investigates Pep19’s potential to enhance the quality of life and sleep among obese individuals. Obesity, often influenced by a combination of genetic and lifestyle factors, can negatively impact an individual’s well-being or quality of life (QoL), with implications for physical health, mental state, and social interactions. Losing weight typically results in improved life quality for those dealing with obesity. The study will explore whether Pep19’s effect on body fat reduction also affects sleep quality. Poor sleep is commonly linked to obesity, and addressing weight issues may alleviate related sleep problems.

Who can join the study?

  • Adults between the ages of 40 and 60 years of age
  • BMI between 30 and 35 (calculate your BMI below)
  • Women who are not pregnant
  • Adults who are not currently taking anti-obesity supplements or medications

40 to 60

Study Topics

Obesity, Pep19

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Why participate in this obesity study?

Qualified participants will receive at no cost

  • Study-related physical exams
  • Study-related lab work
  • Study-related procedures

Compensation up to $360 for time and travel for qualified participants.

This research study is enrolling people who:

Are between 40-60 years of age

Are not pregnant nor taking anti-obesity supplements/medication

Can commit to 4 on-site visits within 60 days

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