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    Is drinking red wine everyday bad?

    Hi I would like to ask if drinking red wine everyday (usually before bed time) bad? I don't drink alcoholic beverage and never tried consuming even a bottle or a glass of any alcoholic beverage. Until now, my first and last consumption of alcoholic beverage which was red wine was last year and it was only less than a glass.

    Last week I took 1/4 glass of red wine sometimes 1/3 for five days straight (I was thinking it was little amount). I'm not yet sure but the difference I felt was that I can sleep faster and better than before (although I am not sure if it is because of the wine).

    So is drinking that amount of wine everyday bad? I don't like the taste of wine but the feeling of taking something good (according to health benefits of red wine that I read and heard) makes it taste better, although I prefer to take the de-alcoholized wine as it taste like grape juice.

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    You need to drink more than that.

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    Lets see....... Alcohol is poison to we homo sapiens ........ Drinking it poisons you ....... Umm...... Nope theres no health benefit in that...... Mind you it can be quite good fun tho


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    I think it's only bad if you drink a gallon of it every night before bed....

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    Quote Originally Posted by j.m@talk
    Lets see....... Alcohol is poison to we homo sapiens ........ Drinking it poisons you ....... Umm...... Nope theres no health benefit in that...... Mind you it can be quite good fun tho

    HeHe, Murph said homo. Even called his-self one.

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    It's only beneficial if you take it with all the oat bran, fiber, caffeine, anti-oxidants and all the other stuff "experts" have said is good for us.

    Look at the big picture: Everything non-poisonous is good for us in moderation. All the experts are doing is taking each part one at a time and discovering now what most common-sensical people already know because they listened to their mom. The way I see it, the experts are pretty stupid because they throw out all accumulated human knowledge and are re-inventing the wheel - and it's exactly the same shape it always was.

    Get a fresh start for the New Year and stop listening to experts. You'll live longer - just ask your mom.
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    Its not bad bad but after a few years you will slowly progress and in a short time you will be saying these words, Hi My name is Michael and I'm an alcoholic, HI Micheal (Pat on the back from all your in house Alco's)

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    Depends on how much you drink. Studies have shown that a glass or two of red wine with dinner ( any alcohol at bedtime isn't good for the sleep pattern ) is good for the heart and has loads of antioxidants as well. Moderation is the key here.

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    Moderation is for wimps


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    Quote Originally Posted by j.m@talk
    Moderation is for wimps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battousai1
    Hi, Is drinking red wine everyday bad?



    lt is a practice followed by millions of catholics, worldwide. Bliss you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herosrest


    lt is a practice followed by millions of catholics, worldwide. Bliss you.
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    Minor probbie here.... l can't get the cork out of me cider bottle which means l'z gotta drink me whiskey neat. . Hohum.

    http://www.whiskymag.com/cocktails/stone_fence.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by herosrest
    Minor probbie here.... l can't get the cork out of me cider bottle which means l'z gotta drink me whiskey neat. . Hohum.

    http://www.whiskymag.com/cocktails/stone_fence.html

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    Klik..........
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