September 10, 2012
Research Suggests the Alcohol in Red Wine May Actually Be Impeding the Antioxidants’ Cardiovascular Benefits. 

So, drink grape juice?

Read more. [Image: The Guardian]

Research Suggests the Alcohol in Red Wine May Actually Be Impeding the Antioxidants’ Cardiovascular Benefits.

So, drink grape juice?

Read more. [Image: The Guardian]

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Filed under: Wine Alcohol Health Science Research 
  1. imjustjay reblogged this from theatlantic
  2. itsworkhonest reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Drink grape juice? Like that’s going to happen…
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  7. catiedisabato reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Real Talk, health scientists, the last thing I’m thinking about when I’m drinking wine is “cardiovascular benefits.”
  8. photovotary said: The study as described sounds like it just barely passed as “science”. Glad the title of your story used the word “suggests” because that was all the so-called study can be said to have done. Who funds research of such low caliber?
  9. leekfixer reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Fuck science! Do what feels right for you :) Keep on Growing, Y’all :)
  10. runicbasso reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Science will not impede my drinking habits. Nope. Good thing the health I’m drinking to is more so a sentiment, then! :>
  11. menshealthmag reblogged this from theatlantic
  12. slcanon reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Man, Science just can’t leave well enough alone.
  13. crocodileblackpelvis reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    research suggests IT’S BOOZE, DRINK IT OR DON’T, let’s not pretend we care if it’s healthy or not.