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A Body of Wine Research

A visual guide to wine's potential impact on your body
Issue: May 31, 2009

BRAIN Men who consume one to two glasses of red wine a day have a 40 percent lower risk of suffering an ischemic stroke, according to a 2003 Harvard study. Scientists have also found that grape seed polyphenols block and neutralize the toxic plaques that build up and kill cells in the brains of Alzheimer's patients.

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