Scientists Take the Headache Out of Red Wine

Scientists Take the Headache Out of Red Wine

Faith Durand
Feb 15, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Scientists in Vancouver say they've developed a strain of yeast that leaves out the headaches associated with drinking wine. Plus, chefs on losing weight and keeping it off, and three beers you probably won't ever get to try.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. 

Why Biofuels Help Push Up World Food Prices - TIME
Eating berries can lower risk of Parkinson's - MSNBC
Obama's budget would deeply cut farm subsidies - Los Angeles Times
Fiber-Rich Diet Linked to Longevity - Wall Street Journal
Energy Drinks May Pose Risks For Youngsters - NPR
The International Cookbook Market - Publisher's Weekly
How Chefs Lose Weight & Keep It Off - Food & Wine
5 Nutrients You're Not Getting - More
3 Beers You'll Probably Never Taste - Foodista
Vancouver scientists take headache out of red wine - Vancouver Sun

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