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‘Tomato pill’ improves function of blood vessels

A daily supplement of an extract found in tomatoes may improve the function of blood vessels in patients with cardiovascular disease, according to new research from the University of Cambridge

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Discovery of new genes involved in food preferences will revolutionise diets

University of Trieste and the IRCCS Burlo Garofolo Institute for Maternal and Child Health set out to identify novel genes and pathways involved in taste perception and food preferences. People in the group who had followed the gene-based diet lost 33% more weight than the controls over two years

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Porky & Friends, Italian artisan cured meats production & food experience

Italian cured meats, smallgoods or charcuterie are known as Salumi and include delicacies such as: Prosciutto, Speck, Culatello, Salame, Salsiccia, Cotechino, Porchetta. All a gastronomic success story

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Coffee consumption is not linked to digestive complaints

The 'mythbuster' highlights that there is no evidence to suggest that coffee consumption is associated with a range of digestive health issues, such as acid reflux, dyspepsia, IBS or constipation

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Tuscany olive picking tour

“Harvest Italia” tour provides guests off-the-beaten track opportunity to explore Tuscany during fall harvest season; October 28 – November 4, 2014

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Smokers and passive smokers more likely to suffer hearing loss, study shows

Giving up or reducing smoking and avoiding passive exposure to tobacco smoke may reduce your risk of hearing loss, new research shows

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Why you need olive oil on your salad

The Mediterranean diet includes unsaturated fats found in olive oil, along with vegetables like spinach, celery and carrots that are rich in nitrites and nitrates

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Resveratrol fails to reduce deaths, heart disease or cancer

Excitement over resveratrol followed studies documenting anti-inflammatory effects in lower organisms and increased lifespan in mice fed a high-calorie diet rich in the compound

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Fruits stay fresh with new freezing method

A unique method of freezing vegetables and fruit that keeps cells alive has been developed, and patented, at Lund University in Sweden. The researchers say that within a year, fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables could be available in the middle of winter

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3.3 million deaths in 2012 were due to harmful use of alcohol

WHO calls on governments to do more to prevent alcohol-related deaths and diseases

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Grassroots tastings 2014

Easy-listening stories about wines and their territories as told by native enthusiasts.
At Magazzini del Cotone, as part of TerroirVino

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Demand for Zinc in agriculture grows to exceed 9 Billion by 2050

Zinc key to increasing crop yields for agricultural use, as well as in automotive tire production, and paints, coatings, glass and construction materials

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Air quality deteriorating in many of the world’s cities

Only 12% of the people living in cities reporting on air quality reside in cities where this complies with WHO air quality guideline levels

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Spanish farmers protest for Deoleo sale to CVC Partners

The offer of CVC Partners was too tempting because the banks could refuse, despite the ill-concealed moans coming from Dcoop and the major associations

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