You’re humming along on your diet, losing 1 pound a week. Suddenly you hit a plateau. Could that nightly glass (or two) of wine have anything to do with it? Discover how your body processes alcohol and get tips on cutting back.
Like your favorite mixed drink, alcohol can be a mixed bag when it comes to your health. From potential benefits to possible risks, these five facts about the effects of drinking may surprise you. [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”622″ transitions=”default”]
Patients often ask whether it’s “heart healthy” to drink wine every day. The answer is that a small amount of wine each day may be beneficial, but as it turns out, there doesn’t seem to be anything special about wine. Recent studies have found that a small amount of any alcohol — including wine, beer … Read More
There has been much news coverage about red wine in moderation being good for the heart. Findings from a study published last month in the journal Circulation Research show that going with non-alcoholic red wine may be even better in some cases. A study of 70 men conducted in Spain found that non-alcoholic red wine … Read More