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Scientists have recently entered the scientific debate to discuss previous and current criticisms of the J-shaped curve between wine/alcohol consumption and lower total mortality risk….. Almost a century ago, a study found that moderate drinkers of alcoholic beverages seem to live longer than those who abstain and those who drink heavily. Since then, many studies have shown such a J-shaped relationship between wine/alcohol consumption and the risk to die from any kind of disease (all-cause mortality risk). The lowest risk…
In this study, the association between the consumption of specific alcoholic beverages and hip fractures was examined. Data from the Nurses Health Study and from the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study were assessed and pointed toward a lower risk of fractures in moderate wine drinkers, especially among women who consumed red wine. The researchers explained this observation by pointing out to the content of flavonoids in red wine which are potent antioxideants. It has indeed been shown that aging may lead…
A new study has shown that the resveratrol found in red wine demonstrates stress relieving effects in anxiety and depression. This could be due to the resveratrol’s ability to control an enzyme in the brain that is linked to stress ……. Resveratrol has been shown to have numerous beneficial properties on health and is found abundantly in the skins and seeds of berries and grapes. It is a natural polyphenol found in red wine, which has numerous pharmacological properties including…
A study evaluated the association between the amount and frequency of alcohol consumption and incident dementia in 53,311 older Japanese adults over a long follow-up period. A health checkup questionnaire was used to assess the amount and frequency of alcohol consumption. The authors conclude that occasional or daily moderate drinking of alcoholic beverages (≤ 2 units per day), could reduce the risk of incident dementia compared to non-drinkers, with greater benefit for men with this level of daily consumption. Liu…
Cognitive decline is a common consequence of ageing. Alcohol consumption is a modifiable and plausible risk factor for age-related cognitive decline but more longitudinal studies investigating the association are needed. The researchers assessed the relationship of self-reported adult-life weekly alcohol consumption and weekly extreme binge drinking with changes in test scores on an identical validated test of intelligence completed in early adulthood and late midlife. 2,498 Danish men from the Lifestyle and Cognition Follow-up study 2015 were included in the…
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