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(SeattlePI)   Good-for-you molecule in beer discovered - brewers the world over unlikely to change recipes, but scientists hope to use the discovery to create new medicines   (seattlepi.com) divider line 4
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2013-01-30 04:56:52 PM
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CharlesCurtisStanley: Well, now that the scientists are ready to start formulating new medicines, I suggest that they...

**puts on sunglasses**

hop to it.

/ba-dum tsssssh YEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAH


/ftfy
2013-01-30 03:40:44 PM
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The_Sponge: Remember that episode of "Three Sheets" where Zane met with a Pilsner Urquell brewmaster and said brewmaster said that their beer contained "many many healthy compounds"?

He was right!  WOOOOOO-HOOOOOO!!!!


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2013-01-30 03:06:33 PM
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2013-01-30 02:15:04 PM
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SpiderQueenDemon: xanadian: In other news: I wonder if beer would still be OK to drink if one would have a disposition to inflammation after consuming grain products...

Like celiac disease? That's fixable. Just look for beers that don't contain the grain to which one is sensitive, or learn to brew your own. There are some choice sorghum, spelt and even rapeseed-based beers that the celiac-homebrewer community has patched together, some of which I enjoy even when I don't have my wheat-averse cousin over. And you can always enjoy a nice Apfelwein.


Rice also falls in that category, but traditional brewers identify it as an adjunct (screw that idea, though).

Beer originally was a way to purify water sources and used as a health tonic. Yeast helps bioavailability of nutrients, particularly B vitamins. It's also just nice to drink and makes everyone more attractive and dumb ideas genius.
 
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