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Wine protects against dementia?

Written By Administrator On November 7, 2008

Call me crazy but…

An article on Decanter.com, clickable and readable here, cites a study begun 40 years ago at Gothenburg University of Sweden that followed the lifestyle and drinking habits of nearly 1500 women. The women who drank mainly wine had a lower occurrence of developing Alzheimer’s disease than those who drank other spirits. Researchers believe it’s due to a compound in wine called flavonoids, which sounds like cartoon characters who promote sugary cereals. Flavonoids are actually antioxidents that help minimize damage from free radicals, which has nothing to do with Bill Ayers.
Not sure all this is true, but I don’t see any reason to take chances.

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