A study shows that red wine or grape juice can decrease certain cancers

@stealthy (8188)
United States
March 11, 2013 10:28pm CST
Study shows that one glass red wine a day can reduce the chance of some cancers. The report I saw also said that grape would work just as well. I am wondering if the grape juice has to be very concentrated or organic or something for it to contain as much of the beneficial compounds as the red wine. I don't really want to get into drinking even one glass of wine a day. I do have a problem with drinking as much as not wanting to mix it with some medication that I take. I am also thinking that having a glass of grape juice in the evening after dinner when I tend to eat bad snacks such as milk chocolate would help to wash the taste away and thus reduce the craving and the amount that I eat.
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@Mavic123456 (12395)
• Thailand
12 Mar 13
many drinkers would surely enjoy this news. hehehe.. now they have one major reason to drink... well they want to avoid cancer.
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@stealthy (8188)
• United States
13 Mar 13
Not all that much since the study shows it is only true for a limit of one glass a day. More than that and more harm than good is done.
@Mavic123456 (12395)
• Thailand
13 Mar 13
hmmm true... so no way to be drunkard for this matter. LOL .. yepeee
@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
12 Mar 13
I think, of course, it should be more concentrated grape juice... not that kind you can get in a carton at the shop, where the content of real grape is only 12% or so...
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