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Hard Liquor, Beer, or Wine: Which Alcoholic Drinks Are Healthiest?

Susan Scutti, February 29, 2016
St. Patrick's Day is approaching, and in the meantime, party night looms. As you belly up to the bar do you ever find yourself wondering, "How can I make this healthier?"

Consuming red wine, grapes found to naturally improve memory

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) After a long, hard and stressful day at work, nothing spells relaxation like a nice glass of fine wine. Fortunately, red wine is one of life's luxuries in which we can occasionally indulge without feeling guilty.

In fact, guilt is the last thing you should be feeling after a glass of red wine due to its beneficial health properties. Red wine, grapes, peanuts and some berries all contain a naturally occurring compound that's been scientifically proven to provide a diverse range of health benefits.

A tragic and stunning case of scientific fraud in studies on red wine and resveratrol

In yet another stunning example of scientific research fraud, the University of Connecticut leveled charges of widespread scientific fraud against a prolific researcher earlier this year

A tragic and stunning case of scientific fraud in studies on red wine and resveratrol

In yet another stunning example of scientific research fraud, the University of Connecticut leveled charges of widespread scientific fraud against a prolific researcher earlier this year.

Resveratrol in wine, not a Greek tragedy

journal of Food Control

Natural anticarcinogenic agents are of considerable interest for protecting against cancer. trans-Resveratrol (3,5,4-trihydroxystilbene) is attributed with antioxidant and chemopreventive properties, acting through a dose-dependent inhibition of free radical formation and inhibition of cyclooxygenase. It may also possess anti-inflammatory and anticoagulatory activities.

trans-Resveratrol is a constituent of various plant species, with grapes and wines, and in particular red wine, being the most important dietary sources of this compound.

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