A study published in ScienceDaily.com in March 2018 shares the exciting news that a compound found in beets could actually “slow the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the brain, a process associated with Alzheimer's disease.” Studying this compound, scientists say, could be a foundational step to developing drugs that could “alleviate some of the long-term effects of the disease, the world's leading cause of dementia.”
If lettuce can be breathtaking, then this lettuce is breathtaking. Gazing over the rolling expanse of colors and meticulous order in The Chef’s Garden’s lettuce fields is a wonder to behold.
Chef Matt McMillin is constructing a bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich with the tenderness and care it takes to swaddle a newborn.
Before he can harvest his crop of new potatoes, grower Cruz Figueroa Lopez has to first save a life.
Collaborations. Worthwhile ones lead to satisfactory solutions and conclusions. Occasionally, they solve multiple problems at once – and those collaborations are both rare and special.