Research Into Yeast Hybrids Could Mean More Brews And Better Chocolate – AskMen

By Joel Balsam | December 5, 2015 Trending News: new research Into Yeast Hybridization Could Bring Forth A Beer And Chocolate Revolution Why Is This Important? Because if we were going through a craft beer revolution before, what will it be like when this breaks off? Long Story Short Research into yeast hybrids could make it easier to develop new tastes for such awesome things as beer, wine, whiskey, and chocolate. Long Story Are there two more boring words than yeast hybridization? Maybe not, …

Mars accepting applications for chocolate history research grant | 2015-08-26 | Candy Industry

… and Investigative Studies Grant, through Oct. 1, 2015. A minimum of three one-year grants will be awarded for a total sum of $30,000. Two of the grants will be focused on chocolate programming development or expansion at living history, historic or museum locations in North America; while one award will be for new research in chocolate history. “At Mars, we want to encourage a deeper understanding of chocolate’s role through the course of time in shaping our culture and heritage …

Belgian beer and coffee could help keep you slim – Mirror Online

By Scott D’Arcy | May 11, 2015 Coffee and garlic also boost the natural defences in the stomach against obesity, cancer and heart disease, new research claims The secret to keeping slim might just be found in the most unlikely of places – a bottle of Belgian beer. According to a top scientist, gut bacteria that helps keep people thin is boosted by booze from Belgium and coffee – but is killed by junk food. Professor Tim Spector, King’s College London, is claiming that …

Could cake and chocolate lead to Alzheimer’s disease? – Telegraph

By Saffron Alexander | May 6, 2015 Research suggest eating too much cake could cause Alzheimer’s disease Photo: Andrew Crowley new research suggests sugary foods such as cake and chocolate may be the cause of Alzheimer’s disease. In the Journal of Clinical Investigation, researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine wrote that high blood sugar levels could have “harm effects on brain function and …

Rochdale News | News Headlines | New evidence that black tea may prevent type 2 diabetes – Rochdale Online

By Rochdale Online | April 10, 2015 Black tea polyphenols may help to prevent type 2 diabetes according to two new studies just out. Commenting on this new research evidence, Dr Catherine Hood from the Tea Advisory Panel (TAP) notes: “Diabetes is a condition of disordered glucose metabolism. The main source of glucose in the body comes from the digestion and hydrolysis of dietary carbohydrates. The digestive enzymes pancreatic alpha-amylase and the intestinal alpha glucosidases are responsible …