Advancements Television Series to Broadcast New Episode Focusing on Innovations in Food Health and Sciences

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Tune in to CNBC on Saturday, October 26th to learn about developments in food technology.

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“Technology and innovation are changing the way we look at our food,” said Dustin Schwarz, Executive Producer for the Advancements Series.

Advancements with Ted Danson to focus on breakthroughs in food science and technology in upcoming episode, scheduled to broadcast Nationwide via CNBC on Saturday, October 26th @11:00am ET. Check local listings for more information on this program.

Audiences will learn the story behind Eban’s Bakehouse, started by creators Eric Braddock and Adrienne Novak. The story will tell of two professional chefs with a passion for excellent food, prepared with craft and care, using the best and purest ingredients available. The show will educate about Eric and Adrienne’s mission to enable people with wheat and gluten allergies to enjoy the best tasting, finest quality breads and baked goods, and will explore how their gluten-free products are able to accomplish this without sacrificing taste, texture, quality, or variety

Focusing on GenoPalate; a company that analyzes genes to help people to eat and live healthier; Advancements will discover how GenoPalate uses DNA to create personalized nutrition and food recommendations, and will show viewers how small variants in an individual’s genes can lead to drastic differences in the way their body processes food. The segment will also provide insight into how an individual metabolizes nutrients and absorbs certain vitamins, and how the body requires more or less of specific nutrients depending on their genotype.

With a look at the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council (MSR&PC), this segment of Advancements will highlight the council’s three main objectives to open new markets, increase the uses for soybeans, and to invest in research to improve farmers bottom lines. The show will also inform viewers about how research funded by MSR&PC contributes to improved yields, greater variety availability, environmentally friendly road products, fuel and much more.

Advancements will also explore BEAR; a company active in the natural snacking segment that is dedicated to meeting the needs of the present generations, without compromising the opportunities of the next generations. With a behind-the-scenes look at BEAR’s story, spectators will see how it all started from a simple need to make being healthy a little bit easier and a whole lot tastier. The show will focus on BEAR Yoyos, which are made from 100 percent whole fruit and vegetables, are full of fiber, and are lower in natural sugars than a small fresh apple.

“Technology and innovation are changing the way we look at our food,” said Dustin Schwarz, Executive Producer for the Advancements Series. “We are excited to explore how through science and technology; these companies are making food smarter and more available to the masses.”

About Advancements and DMG Productions:
The Advancements television series is an information-based educational program, targeting recent advances across a number of industries and economies. Featuring state-of-the-art solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and business professionals, Advancements focuses on cutting-edge developments, and brings this information to the public with the vision to enlighten about how technology and innovation continue to transform our world.

Backed by experts in various fields, and a team dedicated to education and advancement, DMG Productions consistently produces commercial-free, educational programming on which both viewers and networks depend.

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