'The Food Hospital'.Second series on Channel 4 again features PMS
1 Jun 2012
Your participation needed
Last year 'The Food Hospital' on Channel 4 attracted nearly 2 million viewers a week and the series as a whole reached nearly 11 million viewers. NAPS has again been asked to help recruit possible participants for the new programme. This time, the programme researchers are looking for a natural group such as a family or women who are flat sharing who suffer from PMS who would like to explore the idea of how food and diet could help them.
We are delighted that awareness of PMS and dietary support is again being raised so prominently by Channel 4 and hope that readers of this article will respond positively to this appeal.
Channel 4 are looking for people who would be interested in participating in The Food Hospital series, in a group study.
The successful ground-breaking Channel 4 series exploring the potential health benefits of food in treating a wide range of illnesses and ailments returns for a new series.
Do you get bad PMT/PMS every month? Do you have friends or family who suffer as well.
Does it give you symptoms such as mood swings/tearful episodes/anxiety/sore breasts/bloating?
Would you be interested in new forms of treatment?
Are you willing to follow a scientifically devised diet
which might help to improve your conditions and / or symptoms?
Our team of medical experts, including a GP, a specialist medical Consultant and a leading Dietitian will work closely with the patients to devise individual diets targeted at their particular condition and will monitor their progress.
Please get in touch for more information.
Call Bethan on 020 7907 0867 or email firstname.lastname@example.org