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Czechs invent estrogen-enhanced beer

Beer_2 A while back, we wrote that centenarian Irene Alice Goguen credited her longevity to beer. Now, it seems some Czech scientists have engineered a beer that will make getting older more pleasant for the ladies. The new brew contains 10 times the normal amount of phytoestrogen, intended to relieve menopausal symptoms and maintain bone density. Considering that Tab has bowed an energy drink for gals, complete with a kicky pink can, there's no telling when Budweiser will follow suit with an estro-suds. I have a hunch, however, that the new brew won’t help with that post-menopausal weight gain.

—Posted by Deanna Zammit

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