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Another report == They can NOT be serious to even suggest that children dink beer to prevent the cold virus?? And it is the BEER company funding this “research study” right?

Chemical Compound in Beer protects against Common Cold, says research

Submitted by Annabel Tautou on Tue, 12/11/2012 – 04:21
Chemical Compound in Beer protects against Common Cold, says research

Beer is said to have anti-vital properties, said a research taken out by a group of researchers from Sapporo Medical University. The research funded by Sapporo Breweries, Japanese Beer Company, has unveiled that the anti-viral properties are especially effective against the respiratory syncytial (RS) virus.

The virus is the one, which causes pneumonia and bronchitis in young children as well as causes common cold in young adults. The study researchers said that a compound found in the beer is responsible for preventing a number of problems.

The compound, which is said to be providing protection against viral properties, is humulone. It shall be noticed that the compound found in the beer is quite small. Ife one wants to derive its effect then he needs to have 30 cans of beer weighing 12 oz. But, then a major concern that stands in the mid way is that beer is not considered healthy.

A number of complications that can be caused by excessive consumption of beer are heart burn, dehydration and weight gain. Jun Fuchimoto, who is a researcher with the company, said that main difficulty that they are going to witness is the bitter taste that children will not like.

“We are now studying the feasibility of applying humulone to food or non-alcoholic products”, said study researchers.

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humulone in beer hops MIGHT help fight off the cold— but how in the world did the beer companies find that out? since THEY are funding the studies??? did they test it out on themselves? For real??? Highly susupicious in my estimation