Wine and Health

Wine when consumed moderately and specialy during meals 
could be good for your health, it is what these 
very serious scientific studies are saying

If you are wondering what is a serious scientific study, click there 

Wine, Beer, and Mortality in Middle-aged Men From Eastern France .this study from professor Serge Renaud was published in 1999 by “Archives of Internal Medicine”,this study showed that up to 4 drinks ( of 12 cl) of wine, the wine drinkers live 20 to 29% longer than abstinents. They have less stroke, less cancer, and other vascular related diseases than others, link to this study 

Wine, Liquor, Beer, and Mortality this study from professor Klatsky published in 2003 by “American Journal of Epidemiology” showed that after studying 128 934 adults during 8 years it was beneficial to drink wine instead of beer and liquors, link to this study .

  Resveratrol Promotes Clearance of Alzheimer's Disease Amyloid-Peptides this study done by professor Marambaud and published in "Journal of Bioligical Chemistry" in 2005 showed that moderate consumption of red wine with resveratrol could cure Alzheimer disease, link to this study 

Adherence to a Mediterranean Diet and Survival in a Greek Population     moderate consumption of wine linked to Mediterranean diet was improving life length significantly following the study published by Antonia Trichopoulou in New England Journal of Medicine in 2003, link to this study

 Mediterranean diet and risk for Alzheimer's disease) : this study published in "Annals of Neurology" in 2006  by Nikolaos Scarmeas , indicate that moderate wine consumption taken during meals of Mediterranean adherence was lowering the number  of Alzheimer cases, link to this study .

 Prevalence and Risk of Colorectal Neoplasia in Consumers of Alcohol in a Screening Population : this study published in September 2005 in "American Journal of Gastroenterology" by Dr J.Anderson, was showing that daily and moderate consumption of wine was lowering the number of  colorectal cancer, link to this study 

 Alcoholic Beverages and Incidence of Dementia: 34-Year Follow-up of the Prospective Population Study of Women in Göteborg, this study published in March 2008 in “American Journal of Epidemiology” by professor Lissner, was showing that daily and moderate consumption of wine was efficient to prevent Dementia for womenlink to this study

  Meta-Analysis of Wine and Beer Consumption in Relation to Vascular Risk : this study published in 2002 in “Circulation” by professor Castelnuovo , is a une meta analysis of 26 other studies and was indicating that moderate drinkers had less cardio-vascular accidents , link to this study

 Alcohol and Risk for Ischemic Stroke in Men: The Role of Drinking Patterns and Usual Beverage : this study published in 2005 in “Annals of Internal Medicine” by professor Mukamal ,was showing that daily and moderate consumption of wine was efficient to prevent Ischemic stroke,, link to this study

 Modest wine drinking and decreased prevalence of suspected nonalcoholic fatty liver disease : study published in 2008 in “Hepatology” by professor Dunn,was showing that daily and moderate consumption of wine was efficient to prevent nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, link to this study 

 Alcohol consumption and n–3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in healthy men and women from 3 European populations : study published in 2008 in“ American Journal of Clinical Nutrition” by professor di Giuseppe,was showing that moderate consumption of wine could be equivalent to Omega 3 rich diet,  link to this study

 The Relationship between Type of Alcoholic Drinks Consumed and Death from Various Causes : study published in September 2000 by Morten Gronbaek in “Annals of Internal Medicine” ,was showing that daily and moderate consumption of wine could improve your life expectancy even compared to abstinents,beer and liquor drinkers. moderate wine drinkers having less cancer and cardiovascular diseases, 

author : Fabrice Delorme