We are looking to recruit three members of the public, to act as ‘vampires’ for a month and stay out of the sunlight. We will monitor your Vitamin D levels, and will be testing how our multivitamin fairs in fixing any resulting deficiencies.
What’s more, we’re willing to pay the right candidates £2,500 each to prove that our multivitamin is effective in delivering the Vitamin D levels they need.
As a ‘vampire’, you will need to avoid sunlight for an entire month, only going out before sunrise and after sunset. And of course, you will be taking our Feel Multivitamin twice a day throughout the duration of the study.
Now, you might be wondering why we are doing this. After a recent survey of our customers, we found that nearly two thirds (61%) of adults spend more than 9 hours a day inside, with near to zero exposure to the sun. Therefore, we want to test how effective our product is when it comes to improving Vitamin D deficiencies to make sure we are helping your body the best we can.
Successful applicants will be given a pre-approved timetable for when they can go outside, ensuring they avoid sunlight for the duration of the study. Successful applicants will also be required to follow a specific diet approved by us, guaranteeing candidates don’t consume anything containing Vitamin D which could potentially influence our final results. Candidate’s vitamin levels will be tested at weekly intervals throughout the study.
We will also test the nutrient levels of the successful applicants before they begin the month research period, and then afterwards, to see whether the multivitamin was effective in generating healthy nutrient levels.
Applicants are required to currently spend over 25 hours a week outdoors, must be aged 18 to 60 years old and have no underlying health conditions, such as diabetes, obesity or hyperthyroidism.
The selected candidates will be required to sign a contract agreeing to all rules and to not step out into the sunlight for the length of the study.
We will be selecting the three successful candidates on Monday 2nd March, with hopes of starting the study at the beginning of April.
We do not endorse or want to encourage replacing a healthy lifestyle with vitamin supplements.