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Beer has a surprisingly positive effect on reducing bone damage and women's chances for getting osteoporosis

4/11/2016 - There are plenty of reasons not to drink alcohol, we're told, but what if there were some good reasons to grab a beer from time to time? While consuming too much alcohol over a long period of time can exacerbate cirrhosis of the liver, having a cold brew occasionally can provide health benefits,...

'Drink beer while breastfeeding,' 'feed raw eggs to infants' and other antiquated tips show how much we've learned in 50 years

2/6/2016 - Advances in medicine and scientific understanding over the past 50 years have been groundbreaking. Despite the fact that 50 years is actually not a huge amount of time, if you look back over some of the advice that doctors and scientists used to give to new mothers you will probably be very surprised. Here...

French wines tested, Endocrine-disrupting phthalates found in more than half tested

8/11/2014 5:19:24 PM - Just as some men may have been switching from beer to wine after realizing that hops in beer diminish testosterone and boost estrogen, new research in France has discovered that over half of those fine French wines contain phthalates, which are hormone disruptors. Phthalates (fal-ates) are ubiquitous...

Hidden GMOs identified in popular beers

6/21/2014 - Americans love their beer. But because of the way beer is currently regulated in the U.S., there is no way to know for sure which ingredients are added to a particular brand unless its manufacturer voluntarily labels them -- and most don't. A recent inquiry into the ingredient contents of several...

Does your beer contain fish bladder and antifreeze? Sign the Food Babe's petition for full disclosure

6/12/2014 12:02:33 PM - Food activist Vani Hari of recently petitioned the largest beer brewers in America, MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch, asking the companies to disclose their full list of ingredients - including controversial additives that are often kept off of labels. "They tell you the basic ingredients,...

The Big Beer Cover-Up Exposed; MillerCoors Caught Hiding Ingredients Facts from Consumers

6/12/2014 - Less than 24 hours after the Food Babe launched a petition demanding beer companies publicly disclose their ingredients (yes, beer ingredients are a long-kept secret and they are not required by the FDA to disclose them), the MillerCoors company has been caught deceiving the public over its use of corn...

Soaking meats in beer makes them safer to eat from the grill

4/21/2014 - While word continues to spread about the carcinogenic effects of eating grilled meat, a new study published in the American Chemical Society's (ACS) Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry may have come up with a simple solution. Researchers from southern Europe found that simply marinating meat...

Leftover hop leaves from beer production could help prevent cavities, gum disease

4/16/2014 3:42:53 PM - A waste product left over from commercial beer production has been identified in a new study as having significant health benefits for teeth. Researchers from Japan found that hop leaves, which are typically discarded after the plant's flowers are used to make beer, possess unique antioxidant compounds...

Filtration technique used in commercial beer production found to contaminate end product with arsenic, heavy metals

4/16/2014 3:42:38 PM - A powdery substance used to pull impurities out of beer and make it clear for consumption could be a major source of heavy metal contamination. New research presented at the 245th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has identified diatomaceous earth, which is used by...

List of legal beer additives includes fish bladder, MSG, high-fructose corn syrup and insect dyes

9/22/2013 - Summertime breeds it; so, too, does NFL Sunday. In fact, to scores of Americans, there just isn't a bad time to have a nice, cold beer. You've seen the commercials. You've heard how each beer company touts its "fresh" ingredients, "only the best barley and hops," "crisp spring water," etc. But if...

Scientists add electrolytes to beer in effort to create 'hangover-free' alcohol

8/24/2013 - If you choose to imbibe a few beers or cocktails every now and then to take the edge off, staying hydrated and avoiding the ever-dreaded hangover the next day is often as simple as just following up with plenty of clean water and electrolyte-rich coconut water. Or you may eventually be able to try a...

Hops compounds have potential to treat diabetes, cancer: research

5/18/2013 - Okay beer drinkers, drink to your health! Only kidding. Research over the last few decades has determined a compound from hops used to brew beer, humulone, has a wide array of potential health benefits, from curing viral infections and reversing diabetes to curing certain cancers. But before you...

10 reasons you should drink beer

3/24/2013 - Many think that beer is harmful. Well, you should know that the popular beverage is actually synonymous with benefits as long as it is consumed in moderation. To discover the perks enjoyed by beer drinkers, you should read on. Heart healthYou should keep in mind that your heart enjoys beer. Specifically,...

Drinking Beer Linked to Psoriasis

9/24/2010 - Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes patches of scaly, thick skin that can be silvery, white or red. It can appear all over the body but it is most common on the elbows, scalp, lower back and knees. It's estimated that 125 million people throughout the world suffer from psoriasis. Up until recently...

Researchers claim drinking beer prevents osteoporosis

5/2/2010 - Researchers from the University of California, Davis, recently published a study claiming that beer helps to prevent osteoporosis. Published in the Journal of the Sciences of Food and Agriculture, the study found that certain kinds of beer are rich in dietary silicon that keeps bones strong and wards...

Photo shows beer promotions at McDonald's restaurant (humor)

9/28/2007 - On a recent road trip to Phoenix, Arizona, I stopped to take a driving break and found myself staring in disbelief at the scene depicted in this unaltered photograph: A McDonald's restaurant is apparently advertising beer! As you can see in this picture, a neon "Miller Lite" sign is clearly visible...

Organic beer gaining momentum in marketplace

7/10/2006 - Organic beers have become increasingly popular among consumers, with sales more than doubling since 2003, according to the Organic Trade Association. Sales of organic beer grew 40 percent in 2005, which ties it with organic coffee as the fastest-growing organic beverage. Even Anheuser-Busch --...

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