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Day: April 7, 2021

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What if someone told you that drinking hot cocoa could protect your heart, especially during stressful times?

New research published in the journal Nutrients by a team of experts at the University of Birmingham reveals that increased consumption of flavanols (which are naturally found in cocoa, as well as in many fruits and vegetables) may prevent people from experiencing mental-stressed induced cardiovascular events. This includes heart disease, stroke, and thrombosis.

In the study, the researchers found that blood vessels were able to function better during moments of mental stress when people sipped on a cocoa drink that was rich in

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I’ve often wondered what life would be like if we rewrote the status quo and allowed ourselves to eat a full Thanksgiving meal on days that aren’t Thanksgiving. I’m unsure if as a society we are ready for that conversation yet, but the potential invention of “Cravy,” a topping that combines cranberry sauce and gravy in one jar, may change that.

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The official Heinz Twitter account posted a mock-up

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March is a strange time of year. It heralds the arrival of spring, but some of us are not out of winter’s icy grip just yet. The New York Times Food team cooked accordingly. While we still turned to hearty meals — seafood stews, a big pot of beans and birthday baked ziti — we also dipped our toes into the pool of spring produce. (A full-throated hello to our dear friend asparagus.) Here are our favorite recipes we cooked last month.

I cooked a lot of old standby dishes in March: Alana Kysar’s huli huli chicken is always a

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The number-one thing that my friends have been hoping for, once we’re all vaccinated, is to go eat a normal meal at a restaurant. But restaurant workers aren’t coming back.

The Arizona Republic takes an in-depth look into why restaurants across the country are having such a hard time hiring staff again as the end of the pandemic nears. JJ’s Grubshack, a chain in Phoenix, scheduled up to 50 interviews a day in anticipation of reopening its dining rooms. But most of the interviewees flaked out; sometimes only three or

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Dublin, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the cannabis industry “Major Food and Beverage Players Enter Cannabis Market”

The cannabis industry is going mainstream as several major food and beverage corporations are introducing everything from beer to burgers with marijuana-derived compounds.

Molson Coors, one of the USA’s largest beer companies, announced plans for a non-alcoholic CBD-infused sparkling waters under the VeryVell brand. Canada’s oldest independent beer brewing firm, Moosehead, formed a joint venture with Sproutly to develop non-alcoholic cannabis-infused beverages.

Switzerland-based Nestle has not introduced products under their own name, but their subsidiary Garden

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