Lowering the alcohol content of red wine does not alter its cardioprotective properties

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Lamont, Kim; Blackhurst, Dee; Albertyn, Zulfah; Marais, David; Lecour, Sandrine;
  • Publisher: Health and Medical Publishing Group
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    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | digestive, oral, and skin physiology

BACKGROUND: Many epidemiological, clinical and laboratory studies suggest that chronic and moderate consumption of red wine benefits cardiovascular health, because of the alcoholic content or the polyphenols/flavonoids. Aims. The antioxidant and cardioprotective propert... View more
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