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Announcement of the Fifth International Beer Symposium

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On Tuesday 29 November 2016 the Fifth International Beer Symposium will take place. The symposium is organised by the Information Center Beer and Health (CICS) and will be held in Madrid at the Ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition. Read more

The Dutch Beer Institute offers grant of € 5,000 for young researchers

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The Dutch Beer Institute offers a grant of € 5,000 for the study of responsible alcohol/beer consumption in a healthy lifestyle. The project should focus on biomedical, nutritional or (psycho-)social aspects of responsible alcohol consumption, specifically taking into account (non-alcoholic) beer. Young researchers in Europe are invited to apply. Initial application deadline is 1 November 2016. Read more

Moderate beer consumption can fit with a healthy lifestyle, science suggests.

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Prof Ramon Estruch President of Beer and Health Today, the European Beer and Health Scientific Committee is proud to announce the release of the «Beer and Health: Moderate consumption as part of a healthy lifestyle» booklet . The publication presents the results of an extensive review of scientific literature on moderate beer and alcohol consumption […] Read more

Beer may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Beer drinkers have less beta amyloid proteins in their brain than people who do not drink beer, Finnish researchers found. Beta amyloids are an important factor in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Read more

Xanthohumol from beer hops might protect your DNA – first human results

Cell and animal experiments show beer hops might have protective effects on the body. Xanthohumol is one of the components in beer hops that are believed to fight cell-damaging free radicals. Scientists from, amongst others, the Medical University of Vienna have now cautiously confirmed this for the first time in research with humans. Read more

Scientific consensus on moderate beer consumption and health

Low to moderate daily beer consumption  – one drink per day for women and two for men – can protect against cardiovascular disease. This is one of the conclusions from a comprehensive review of recent literature on beer consumption, health and disease by an international panel of experts. Read more

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