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VIP Dinner

The Organic Center is holding its 12th Annual VIP Dinner on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 in Anaheim, CA. With over 500 attendees expected, you won’t want to miss the largest organic business networking event at Expo West. At this celebratory fundraising dinner, you’ll hear thought-provoking keynote speakers discuss the intersection of food, farming, science and politics. A celebrity-chef-designed menu will feature delicious appetizers, delectable main courses, and mouthwatering desserts made with the finest organic ingredients. The evening will start with a cocktail reception and end with a rhythm & blues soul band — so you can count on plenty of time to connect with friends, colleagues, and the industry’s leading innovators.

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Yogurt may reduce symptoms of autism

Nov 19, 2013
Photo Credit:  Michael Pereckas

Photo Credit: Michael Pereckas

Another study will be released soon about the benefits of consuming probiotics, like those found in yogurt.  The article is set to be released in the scientific journal Cell by Paul Patterson at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California.  His research examines how probiotics can affect autism by including them in the diet of mice who exhibit symptoms similar to autistic humans, with the idea that probiotics may be able to correct some gastrointestinal problems that are associated with autism.  He found that a diet including probiotics can prevent or reduce autistic behaviors in mice, which may pave the way for their use in human diets.  

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