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Quaker Oats and Share Our Strength Announce New Movement to Fight Childhood Hunger

Philanthropist and Renowned Chef Art Smith Creates Oat-Inspired Menu to Power Americans to Do Good NEW YORK, March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- In Times Square today, Quaker announces the launch of the Go Project, a new social purpose movement powered by Quaker and the human energy of Americ...

Wholegrain Oats may Help Lower Cholesterol

A series of recent studies seem to confirm that oatmeal is good for the heart. // The studies stopped short of showing a direct effect of eating oatmeal on reducing heart disease risk or heart-related death, but researchers say they found oatmeal foods did produce an overall cholesterol-lowerin...

Healthy heart oats available: so indulge.

Oats are very important constituents of foods in the cereal category as they provide fibre beta glucan to the diet. It is an integral part of health-conscious consumers. So there is news to cheer now as they can now// get more of the soluble oat fiber called beta-glucan in their diets. This var...

Cardinal Health Names Patricia Morrison Chief Information Officer

...ice Depot, Inc.; and senior-level information technology positions at General Electric Co., PepsiCo, Inc., The Procter & Gamble Co. and The Quaker oats Co. Morrison is replacing Jody Davids, who decided to step away from the CIO role to take time off to pursue personal interests. "We...

Red Cross Appoints Peggy Dyer as Chief Marketing Officer

...unities." Dyer has an impressive track record of representing well-known companies, including Citigroup, Sara Lee Corporation and the Quaker oats Company. Most recently, Peggy spent 10 years with the Allstate Insurance Company, where she oversaw marketing strategy and program management across ...

Study identifies potential fix for damaged knees

...rthritis. One way to treat patients with symptomatic chondral lesions is an oats procedure, in which cartilage is transferred from one portion of the knee t...geons inserted the plug in the knees of 26 patients with donor lesions from oats procedures and followed up with imaging studies (with MRI and T2-mapping) a...

Whole Foods Market(R) Partners With Non-GMO Project to Label Company's Private Label Food Products Using New Third-Party Standard

...the United Kingdom. Whole Foods Market, Fresh & Wild(TM) , and Harry's Farmers Market(R) are trademarks owned by Whole Foods Market IP, LP. Wild oats (R) and Capers Community Market(TM) are trademarks owned by Wild Marks, Inc. Contacts: kate.lowery@wholefoods.com - 512 542 0390 ...

Whole Foods Market(R) Lends $2.5 Million to Local Growers, Producers and Food Artisans

...the United Kingdom. Whole Foods Market, Fresh & Wild(TM) , and Harry's Farmers Market(R) are trademarks owned by Whole Foods Market IP, LP. Wild oats (R) and Capers Community Market(TM) are trademarks owned by Wild Marks, Inc. Contact: Liz Burkhart (512) 542-0682 Liz.Burkh...

Whole Foods Market Reports Second Quarter 2009 Results

...elimination of G&A expenses at the former Wild oats home office in Boulder, along with the cost-contai...ust challenge to the Company's acquisition of Wild oats Markets, Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, a...nd related assets for 19 non-operating former Wild oats stores, 10 of which were closed by Wild...

Kardea Enhances Medical Nutrition System for Cholesterol Lowering

...Sterols , a unique blend of nutrients proven to lower cholesterol.     Kardea Fiber Plus contains plant sterols and fiber from oats and psyllium.    Each of these ingredients has been shown independently to lower cholesterol. Kardea's newest product delivers su...
oats in Medical Technology

Dow AgroSciences, World Wide Wheat Agree to Collaborate on Wheat

...tered in Phoenix, is one of the world's leading independent plant breeding companies whose research is devoted to the improvement of wheat, barley and oats - major food crops of the world. World Wide Wheat operates research stations in 18 countries, producing superior varieties of cereal grains that are n...

Blueberry-Supplemented Diet Shows Promise in Lowering Cholesterol in Animal Trials

...vels more effectively when the animals received a mostly plant-based diet than when they received a less heart-healthy diet," said Dr. Kalt. "The soy, oats and barley contained in these diets may have functioned synergistically with the blueberries to beneficially affect plasma lipids." According to Kal...
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.... Pimples and blackheads are created when excess sebum is produced and the ... ... glowing skin, black spots and pimples ... mint leaves and oats will reduce pimples . ... take the juice and apply it on the face daily to reduce pimples ... If the inflammation is deep in your skin, the ...
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SAGE's American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine looks at the health benefit of oats

The first issue of Volume 2 (January/February 2008) explores the results of the Oats at 10 Years study, marking the 10th anniversary of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration claim that oats, as part of an overall heart healthy diet, could lower the risk of heart disease. The article, written by Ma...

American Chemical Society Weekly PressPac -- April 8, 2009

...tein segments target cancer, other diseases In the future, dietary supplements and functional food products obtained from egg whites, soybeans, and oats may offer safer alternatives to conventional drugs for fighting cancer, obesity and other major diseases, researchers say. That's because scientists a...

Dune and dirty: Hurricane teaches lessons through ecosystem research

...r of the Sea Turtle and Fisheries Ecology Research Laboratory at Texas A&M University at Galveston. One of Feagin's dune projects - planting of sea oats at Galveston State Park - was totally decimated by Ike. Sea oats, which used to be prevalent on the island, had been eliminated first from overstockin...

California's wildflowers are disappearing, new book by UCR ecologist cautions

...40 to 1880) non-Hispanic Europeans American, French and British explorers introduced European plants such as clovers, filerie, black mustard and wild oats that initiated the alteration of California's landscape. "These non-native plants invaded the state's coastal areas," said Minnich, a professor of ...

Plant gene clusters for natural products

...crop protectants. Using a gene cluster that makes an antifungal compound in oats as a template, they uncovered a previously unknown gene cluster making a re...roup of chemicals known as triterpenes, avenacin is produced exclusively by oats and protects the roots against a wide spectrum of fungal diseases. Gene cl...

Gene guards grain-producing grasses so people and animals can eat

...itional diseases in grasses and other plants. Grasses' ability to ward off pathogens is a major concern because grasses, including corn, barley, rice, oats and sorghum, provide most of the calories people consume, and some species also increasingly are investigated for conversion into energy. A resista...

Same gene protects from 1 disease, opens door to another

...y an epidemic of Victoria blight, a fungal disease, occurred in the United States in the 1940s. The Pc-2 gene in a widely-planted, imported variety of oats provided good resistance to oat rust, which is a costly crop disease but the same gene also caused susceptibility to Victoria blight, and its use had...

Research identifies protein that signals flowering in squash plants

...e short (and days are long), and typically flower in late spring or early summer. SD crops include rice and maize, and LD crops include wheat, barley, oats and peas. Day-neutral plants will flower under either long or short days. In addition to its fundamental importance in basic plant biology, understand...

Restoring seagrass beds: Is it for the birds?

...is popular location. Dune restoration will begin on Tuesday, April 11, from 10am to 1pm as Dr. Dindo and volunteers from AmeriCorps plant 1,000 sea oats on the beaches of Robinson Island. Over the next two months, Drs. Heck and Dindo will also plant birdstakes in the damaged grassbeds, hoping to att...

Chemical compound inhibits tumor growth, size in new mouse study

...or baking influences the toasty aroma developed by oats and might be used to limit the generation of off-f...lyphenols are key to aroma and flavor formation in oats during the Maillard reaction which is the browning...rson and his research group took a batch of rolled oats and divided it into two samples. They boosted the...
oats in Biological Technology

Abbott Annual Meeting Highlights Outstanding 2007 Results, International Growth and Near-Term Pipeline

...utive officer, Corn Products International, Inc. -- William D. Smithburg, retired chairman, president and chief executive officer, The Quaker oats Company. -- Glenn F. Tilton, chairman, president and chief executive officer, UAL Corporation and United Air Lines, Inc., a wholly owned subsidia...

Kiwa Bio-Tech Products Group Discusses Cooperative Efforts With Canadian Agricultural Ministry and Canadian Company

... Agricultural Ministry. During the session, Dr. Zhou introduced three main areas for cooperative development: -- advanced technology for growing oats -- a breeding program for promising potatoes, -- soil nutrient measurement and development of formulas and fertilization technology transferring...

Genstar Names Michael Hurt to Its Strategic Advisory Board

...ch leading companies as Pharmacia & Upjohn, Inc., CNA Insurance Companies, ITT Corporation, Deere & Co., Axia Health Management, MedImmune, Inc., Wild oats Markets, WellPoint, Inc., NEN Life Science Products, and ICOS Corporation. About Genstar Capital, LLC Based in San Francisco, Genstar Capital (http...

Biotech Pioneer Discusses Breakthrough in Osteoporosis Treatment

...d and a co-founder of WARF. The first successful commercialization by WARF of technology discovered at the University of Wisconsin was with Quaker oats in 1927, for supplementing breakfast cereals with Vitamin D. Since that first agreement, WARF has generated billions of dollars from hundreds of UW in...

WTN Interview: Carl Gulbrandsen
WARF - A Unique and Successful Technology Transfer Organization

...diation process to produce vitamin D in foods, a home-run technology that led to the creation of WARF. Our first license agreement was with the Quaker oats Company, which used Steenbocks process to fortify the vitamin D content of breakfast cereals. WARF subsequently licensed Steenbock's invention to a nu...
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