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But to the best of our knowledge, this is the first time that a reputable scientific body has acted on this research to suggest that non-drinkers should seek advice about taking up moderate wine drinking for its positive effects on their health. They concluded that moderate daily alcohol consumption (up to about three drinks) can lower the risk of coronary heart disease by about 25%. The study was based on almost 21,000 physicians who were followed during a twelve year period.The causes of the reduction seem to be an increase in the concentration of good (HDL) cholesterol in the blood and a thinning of the blood. Type II diabetes puts people at risk for stroke, heart disease, kidney damage, circulatory problems, and blindness, so reducing its incidence is an important way to reduce these risks.is part of a rising tide of positive medical news about alcohol, leading many doctors to recommend the moderate daily use of wine, beer, and liquor.People who take up to two drinks a day were found to be at 45% lower risk than non-drinkers of having an ischemic stroke (blood clots in the brain).Women who drank two standard drinks a day had the lowest levels, while those on one drink a day showed results intermediate to the other two.The researchers attribute the blood findings to alcohol per se, but note that other compounds found in red wine may provide additional protection.Wine can enhance the body’s supply of alkalines, effectively combating kidney acidosis.

It also contains gallic acid, a demonstrated anti-carcinogen.

Kenneth Mukmul of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre in Boston who studied the incidence of dementia among elderly Americans.

He reports that light to moderate consumption of beverage alcohol (one to fourteen drinks a week) results in a lower incidence of dementia.

Elderly people who consume moderate amounts of wine are less prone to disability and mental illness, including Alzheimer’s Disease.

Wine helps older women maintain their estrogen level which in turn helps them to absorb calcium and ward off osteoporosis.

It also contains gallic acid, a demonstrated anti-carcinogen.

Kenneth Mukmul of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre in Boston who studied the incidence of dementia among elderly Americans.

He reports that light to moderate consumption of beverage alcohol (one to fourteen drinks a week) results in a lower incidence of dementia.

Elderly people who consume moderate amounts of wine are less prone to disability and mental illness, including Alzheimer’s Disease.

Wine helps older women maintain their estrogen level which in turn helps them to absorb calcium and ward off osteoporosis.

The large majority of strokes are ischemic, in fact, they account for over 6% of all deaths in Canada.