Cambridge university is doing medical study into why some people never seem to put on weight while others always do. They want to isolate the gene that determines propensity to gain weight.
I have always been very slim and I never seem to feel hungry, which helps me to regulate how much I eat and when I eat. Not that I eat very healthily as I have a weakness for junk food and cakes! Therefore my GP has recommended me for the study.
However, there is no benefit to me to participate and there is no financial reward so I can't see why I should participate. What is your opinion guys? Should they not pay me to participate and should I participate for free for the good of man kind???
This is a serious question by the way as I have to reply to let them know if I can participate or not by the end of May.