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Research shows younger generation increasingly prefer NoLo wines
A recent Study conducted on over 2000 US adults drinking wine regularly. Divided into 3 groups. Found that the younger set under 40 was more inclined towards no- alcohol or low-alcohol wines whereas the older group drank for health reasons, as expected, with even the younger group conceding that wine has been a part of culture, especially with food even though there will be increasing pressure from neo-prohibition groups and the phenomenon like Dry January will continue to reduce wine consumption, writes Subhash Arora
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Wine and Health Study: Headaches caused by Red Wine may be due to Quercetin
According to a new study conducted by the University of California, Davis and recently published in the Nature Scientific Reports, Quercetin, a flavanol found in red grapes, may impair how the body metabolizes alcohol, and cause a toxin called acetaldehyde to build up in the body, and trigger a mix of uncomfortable symptoms, including nausea, flushing and headache, writes Subhash Arora
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‘Study: Red Wine in Moderation can be good for Libido
A Report based on various studies undertaken during 1993 and 2022 and published recently in the Journal of Clinical Medicine suggests that red wine if consumed in moderation is potentially beneficial for men who drink one or two glasses of red wine daily having decreased risk of erectile dysfunction while women drinking one glass a day tend to experience increased libido and sex drive
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‘Studies concludes Inverse Relationship of Wine Drinking and Coronary Disorders
A Study conducted and reported earlier this month in the Nutrient Journal, by scientists of Spain, Chile and Paraguay has concluded that there is inverse relationship between wine consumption and death due to cardiac failure, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and coronary heart disease (CHD), writes Subhash Arora
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‘Drink More Water’ Campaign by Pernod Ricard
Pernod Ricard India (PRI), a leader in the wine and spirits industry launched a new campaign today- ‘Drink More Water’ seeks to raise awareness on the influence consumer behavior by raising awareness on the importance of drinking water-especially when consuming alcohol, writes Subhash Arora who always warns of dehydration and health issues thereof and advises wine drinkers to drink a glass of water for every glass of wine and commends the campaign by the producers of Jacobs Creek and encourages the readers of delWine to always make it a habit and not only during the campaign
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Red wine in Moderation can reduce Diabetes by 14% when taken with Food
High blood sugar levels characteristic for type 2 diabetes can boost your risk of serious health complications, ranging from blindness to kidney disease but fortunately, you can modify your risk of this blood sugar condition when you drink red wine in moderation and with food, claims Dr. Michael Mosley, a British doctor-turned journalist, presenter and author who specializes in weight loss and diet plans and has reversed his own diabetes with exercise and diet including red wine with meals.
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Wine, Alcohol and Breast Cancer in Women
While a number of wine and alcohol related health studies have been conducted in the last 30 years, each suggesting some health benefits especially with red wines, when drunk in moderation, one negative aspect-that of increased chance of getting breast cancer has been disturbing but apparently many women are unaware of the alcohol and breast cancer connection and need to relook at it and consult their doctors before drinking the second glass of wine, writes Subhash Arora who has talked to several women in Europe, who claim that moderate drinking has no such disadvantages
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Alcohol Consumption has higher Risks for Wine Drinkers under 40
The first study to report alcohol risk by geographical region, age, sex, and year claims that young people below the age of 40 years face higher health risks from alcohol consumption including wine than older adults, according to a global study published in The Lancet journal last Friday
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STUDY: Wine in Moderation reduces Chance of Type 2 Diabetes
The latest study at the Tulane University Obesity Research Center in New Orleans involving over 312, 000 Brits, and extending to 11 years, suggests that consuming alcohol (wine) with meals reduces the risk of diabetes by 14%, writes Subhash Arora who also talks of a dampener in the form of another, smaller Study in Pennsylvania that deduces that even a small
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Chinese Study claims Wine reduces chance of catching Covid
A team of Chinese scientists who have analysed the database from the UK Biobank regarding the consumption of various alcoholic drinks and Covid-related risks, claims that drinking over 5 glasses of wine brings down the chance of getting Covid by 17% whereas beer and Ciders in any amount will increase the chance by 28 %, writes Subhash Arora who cautions against such reports without their provenance and source of funding
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World Health Federation new Brief says Alcohol Harmful
In a bold move, the World Health Federation released a policy brief yesterday, saying that no amount of alcohol is good for heart as drinking any amount causes damage to the brain, even as critics reiterate that wine in moderation is good for health, with experts already questioning the Report with more reactions expected soon, writes Subhash Arora who still recommends a glass of wine for women and two for men a day, preferably with meal, with an occasional gap
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Polyphenols in Red Wine help burn Calories and lose Weight
According to Ms. Lamuela-Ravintos, a professor in the Department of Nutrition, Food Science and Gastronomy at the University of Barcelona, moderate wine consumption is not associated with weight gain, while revealing new evidence showing that in fact, red wine can help you burn calories and when drunk with meals, it also offers a range of health benefits
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Study: Wine in Moderation good for Health and Brain
Many wine lovers have a glass or two of wine daily as a source of relaxation which is good for immunity since high stress levels can lead to adverse cardiovascular effects, and a new study presented at the Annual Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology this month has found promising results for moderate alcohol consumption that reduces stress-related brain signals responsible for heart disease, writes Subhash Arora
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Study: Drink wine to lower chance of Cataract Surgery
A recent Study titled ‘Alcohol Consumption and Incident Cataract Surgery in Two Large UK Cohorts’ published in the UK journal Ophthalmology claims that people drinking low to moderate alcohol and in particular wine, reduce the risk of undergoing cataract surgery generally needed at older age, writes Subhash Arora who feels that though the Study was carried purely in the UK population, it ought to hold for other populations as well, including India
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Pesco- Mediterranean Diet with Red Wine better for Heart
While Mediterranean diet with fruits, vegetables and lean proteins and a glass or two of red wine has been known to benefit the heart has been recommended for 3 decades, but a new Study published by the Journal of American College of Cardiology (JACC) last week, recommends an improved version that stresses more fish and sea-food and intermittent fasting while limiting red wine to a maximum of two glasses a day, writes Subhash Arora who has been recommending this limit for 15 years.
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Younger Wines healthier than Cellared Wines
If you can not wait to uncork your bottle of red wine, rather than cellar it, you may be doing your health a favour; a new study of 16 wines from Australia and New Zealand has found that the levels of healthy antioxidants, existing mostly in red grapes, decrease significantly over time with researchers reporting the resveratrol with proven cardiovascular, anti-inflammatory and anti-diabetic effects, going down by about 75% over a 16-month ageing
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