December 2009 Issue
Raise Your Glass to Wine’s Health Benefits
The case for sipping red wine is mounting. Substantial evidence links drinking moderate amounts (up to one five-ounce glass per day for women and up to two glasses per day for men) with protection against cardiovascular disease, loss of bone density and dementia, reports University of California, Davis scientist, Clare Hasler, Ph.D., in Food Technology.
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