Volunteers are being sought for a study that will measure sugar intake.
Carried out by the Rowett Institute, it will look into how sugar habits can develop over time.
Men and women over the age of 18 who either regularly consume sugar in their tea or coffee, have sugary soft drinks or often eat breakfast cereals with a high sugar content can take part.
Women should not be pregnant.
As part of the research, it will involve participants making the journey to the Rowett Institute a total of four times and also includes some further self-monitoring into their intake at home.
There will be a £30 reimbursement for each volunteer that signs up, as a thank-you for their time and effort.