Not only does a glass or two, or even three, taste rather good, it's remarkably healthy, too, protecting against a whole range of diseases.Cancer, heart disease, stroke, dementia, early death - you name it and the contents of a bottle of vino will cure it, according to almost half the researchers investigating the phenomenon.Rad has stated that the impetus for the app was his observation that "no matter who you are, you feel more comfortable approaching somebody if you know they want you to approach them." He believed that a "double opt-in" system could be created to potentially alleviate that stress.
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The result is that the whole issue of health and wine has become as cloudy as a bottle of home-made elderberry.
There are even disputes over what type of wine is best.
Even a small amount probably did some harm, it was thought, and anything above the equivalent of 10 pints of beer a week was tantamount to suicide. Over the past few years, there have been almost as many health studies on alcohol as there are grapes in a vineyard, and each one has a new theory.
Many suggest that a moderate amount of wine is good for mind and body.
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