Tuesday April 29, 2014
Researchers at the University of Prince Edward Island are looking for volunteers to participate in a study involving the active ingredient in chilli pepper, capsaicinoids. The A 12-week study look at the effect on metabolism, weight, cardiovascular function, amongst other data.
If you're interested in participating, contact Dr. Pamela Arsenault firstname.lastname@example.org. This research is carried out at UPEI's Department of Applied Human Sciences. For information: Dave Atkinson, Research Communications, UPEI (902) 620-5117, email@example.com
Categories: Food, Research/Results/Study, UPEI
Wednesday April 2, 2014
The Heritage M-E-A-L, which stands for "Meet - Eat - And - Learn", is also a chance to celebrate PEI's rich food, farming history and explores ways to rejuvenate the local food system.
Shannon Courtney, one of the organizers of the Heritage MEAL, spoke with Karen Mair about the event... which takes place on Thursday at 6:30 pm at the Farm Centre on University Ave in Charlottetown.
Categories: Community Organization, Events, Food
Friday December 20, 2013
Categories: Food, fundraising/Charity
- April 2014
- Tue., 29 – The Physiological Effects of Capsaicinoids
- December 2013
- Fri., 20 – Turkey Drive - Colonel Gray Students
- November 2013
- Fri., 1 – Jean-Sébastien Morin - Preserving Wine
- September 2013
- Thu., 26 – Island Chocolate Maker - Eric Gilbert
- July 2013
- Thu., 25 – Taste Our Island - Competition Nominations
- June 2013
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