Join our organic infant formula research study
Are you planning to formula feed your baby?
We are looking for pregnant women and parents of babies less than 14 days old, who are planning to exclusively formula feed their infant.
Infant formula and diapers provided at no cost
Compensation of up to $400 for your time
Your participation will contribute valuable information that may benefit others in the future
How it works
Participation is super easy. You don't need insurance, and there's no cost to participate.
Feed your baby
Weigh and measure
We'll provide either our organic formula or a commercial brand formula.
A qualified nurse will come to your home once a month to weigh and measure your baby.
Keep track of the amount of formula your baby drinks.
Nara Organics is infant formula made whole, smart, and simple.
Because what you feed your newborn has a direct effect on health, growth, and development. And your baby deserves the best!
Our new organic infant formula uses 100% grass-fed organic whole milk. We purposefully used as many natural ingredients as possible and minimized the use of synthetically derived ingredients (no GMO's here). And you won't find any icky fillers -- artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors, palm oil, soy, corn syrup, or high fructose syrups.
As first time parents, we were shocked to find ingredients like high-fructose corn syrup in infant formula. So we set out to make a new, clean formula for formula.
We looked all this stuff up, so you don’t have to.
Infant formula is often filled with shady, sugary stuff. We looked at what goes into infant formula, and Nara is cleaning it up.
Only necessary nutrients
Your baby deserves the best. What she is fed plays a large role in her health, growth and development. Breastmilk is the gold standard for infant nutrition, and when breast milk volume is insufficient or when breastfeeding is not an option, infant formula is considered the next best feeding alternative.
Join Our Study
LIVE IN ONE OF THESE CITIES:
• Los Angeles, CA
• Modesto, CA
• Oakland, CA
• Sacramento, CA
• San Diego, CA
• San Francisco, CA
• San Jose, CA
• Ft. Lauderdale, FL
• Miami, FL
• Orlando, FL
• Tampa, FL
• West Palm Beach, FL
• Atlanta, GA
• Charlotte, NC
• Greensboro, NC
• Raleigh-Durham, NC
• Columbus, OH
• Dallas, TX
• Houston, TX
• San Antonio, TX
TO BE ELIGIBLE:
• Healthy term infant singleton
• Baby must be enrolled in the study prior to 14 days of life
• Willing to exclusively formula feed baby (no breast milk)
• No family history of cow's milk protein intolerance
• No family history of cow's milk protein allergy
The purpose of the Nourish study is to evaluate the growth of healthy term infants consuming a whole milk organic infant formula. This is a comparative study in which some participants will receive an organic study formula while others will receive a brand name formula that's commercially available, all at no cost for the duration of the study.
If you are over the age of 18, are pregnant, or have an infant under 14 days of age, and are planning to exclusively formula feed your infant, then you may be eligible to join our study. Click the button below to find out if you are eligible. To be eligible, you must also qualify for the following:
We've been hard at work developing a grass-fed, whole milk organic infant formula (without the shady, sugary stuff), and in order to bring it onto the market, we must conduct this growth study as required by FDA.
Our Science Team
This study is sponsored by Nara Organics in partnership with Paidion Research, the world's leading pediatric-focused clinical research organization. This study follows FDA and IRB regulations for clinical best practice.
Overseeing the study is an experienced researcher who is board-certified in Family Medicine with extensive pediatric experience, along with four clinical investigators, board-certified in pediatrics and internal medicine.
Dr. Georgia Latham, M.D.
Board Certified in Family Medicine, Dr. Georgia Latham has practiced medicine for over 20 years, providing primary medical care to individuals of all ages, including the delivery and care of newborns. Dr. Latham has been involved in medical research for more than 30 years, including clinical trials in pediatrics. She has special interests in nutrition, growth and development, and prevention of obesity.
Dr. Jason Gonzalez, M.D.
Dr. Jason Gonzalez is a board certified internist and pediatrician working in primary care medicine and pediatrics. He completed his training in Columbus, Ohio at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children's Hospital before returning to his home state of North Carolina where he lives with his wife and children.
Dr. Nidhip Patel, M.D.
Dr. Nidhip Patel went to medical school at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He did residency and chief residency in both internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. Currently, he practices private pediatrics and teaches internal medicine in metro Atlanta. His primary interests are in preventive medicine, social medicine, and utilizing nutrition and lifestyle changes to optimize health at all ages.
Dr. Omar Matuk-Villazon, M.D., MBA
Dr. Matuk-Villazon is Director of the MD-MBA Dual Degree Program and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics of the College of Medicine at the University of Houston. He is a board certified pediatrician in Mexico and the U.S. His work is focused on healthcare entrepreneurship and private-academic partnerships. He is actively involved with the health care entrepreneurial community and serves as an advisor and consultant at the TMC Innovation Institute in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Victor Cueto, M.D.
Dr. Victor Cueto is a clinical and health services researcher who is committed to investigating innovative solutions for disease prevention and chronic disease management of conditions such as obesity and diabetes in both children and adults. He is also a practicing board certified internist, pediatrician, and obesity medicine specialist. Dr. Cueto completed his residency training at Jackson Memorial Hospital-University of Miami, and his fellowship and research training at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Virginia Hall is a researcher with experience in both clinical and laboratory settings. She holds degrees in Biology and in Dairy Science with a concentration in Nutrition. She has experience in a family medicine setting where she evaluated infants and children for growth and development. Virginia possesses a strong social and environmental conscience demonstrated in her volunteer work and her research in environmental impact.
Nourish by Nara is IRB approved and listed on ClinicalTrials.gov
We take Covid-19 and your safety seriously. Depending on your state, our registered nurses may be vaccinated. All nurses are COVID-19 safety trained and follow all CDC safety protocols.
This study is sponsored by Nara Organics