Sunshine, Grapevine, and Longevity Conquest of Mine!

Is drinking red wine conducive to healthier longevity?
Does red wine have a reasonable level of longevity-boosting resveratrol?

There are so many who believe that red wine has resveratrol, which is widely presumed to have anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and anti-diabetic effects, in addition to heart protective functions. What most of us don’t hear much about, or if we do hear, we pretend as if we haven’t heard, is that the resveratrol’s level in wine is significantly low! The contribution of a glass of wine to our longevity is similar to the contribution of a jigger of boiling water in heating up a bathtub that is full of cold water!

The most important drawback of wine is that it has a significant level of alcohol, which is by far the most morbid drug of our lives! Alcohol is the cause of so many maladies, in addition to premature aging! To get our elixir of longevity through wine is like eating our healthy meal with a glass full of poisonous cyanide! Please keep tagging along as I have much to say about the deleterious effects of alcohol for our wellbeing.

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Dr. Eftekar (Dr. E) is the founder and head coach of the Center for Conquest of Longevity and Northwestern Medical Review. A unique attribute of Dr. E is his well-rounded academic background that, in addition to the science of medicine, extends over several other disciplines such as physiology of aging and longevity, philosophy of science and medicine, and integrated kinesiology.

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