The Red Wine Diet

The Red Wine Diet

This diet is the single best way to lose weight if you'd rather not spend every spare minute on the treadmill and eating carrots and broth. You can lose the same amount of weight or MORE just by following the easy instructions in this ebook from Art Mcdermott, Certified Nutritionist and Strength Coach. Believe it or not, red wine is not a guilt pleasure. It is a very good and helpful part of your diet. The antioxidants in red wine alone can help you a lot in your quest to stay healthy! You don't have to just eat kale and carrots to lose weight Why not have a little something that tastes good as well? You will learn a lot in this ebook, including why alcohol is not your enemy in weight loss, the real health benefits of red wine that no one talks about, and addictive foods to avoid. Don't just avoid foods Get some red wine too! More here...

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Chemopreventive Agents

Based on these observations, specific food products have been investigated in an attempt to identify novel compounds that might reduce cancer risk and could be taken routinely in purified form as a prophylactic measure. This has given rise to the area of chemoprevention, which is rapidly growing in importance. The compounds in fruits and vegetables that can act as chemopreventive agents are known as phytochemicals (i.e., natural plant chemicals), and many thousands of compounds of this type may exist in nature, although very few have so far been isolated and subjected to proper scientific scrutiny. The most studied food items in the chemo-preventive area include cruciferous vegetables, dietary fiber, garlic, ginger, grapes and red wine, green tea, honeybee propolis, hot peppers, olives and olive oil, soy food, tomatoes, and turmeric. Some drug substances are also thought to reduce cancer risk and are being studied. For example, it has been proposed that aspirin may reduce the risk of...

Olive Oil The Mediterranean Diet

It has been speculated for many years that the so-called Mediterranean Diet has a number of health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer. In particular, red wine, tomatoes, and olive oil have all been suggested as likely beneficial components of this diet. Recently, two components of olive oil, oleic acid and oleocanthal, have been identified as likely chemopreventive components. These are described below along with lycopene, the proposed chemopreventive constituent of tomatoes.

Medical And Behavioral Toxicity Overview

High levels of alcohol consumption are associated with increased rates of coronary heart disease (disease of the blood vessels that supply heart muscle), while low levels of consumption (in comparison to complete abstinence) may be associated with a mild protective effect. Evidence for an inverse relationship between moderate alcohol consumption and coronary heart disease is derived from epidemiological and clinical case-control and cohort studies. Early investigators, impressed by the relatively low incidence of coronary heart disease in France despite an intake of saturated fats at least three times that of the United States (the so-called French paradox), focused their studies on the potential cardioprotective properties of red wine (Klatsky et al., 2003). Other studies, however, indicate that all alcoholic beverages wine, beer, and liquor when consumed in moderation, are associated with a lower coronary artery disease risk (Rimm et al., 1996). In dose-range studies, the equivalent...

Agastanis secundiflora Synonym for

Agrave A steel clamp used to stopper a bottle, especially over a champagne cork. Agripina Phenobarbital. Agrypnal Phenobarbital. Agrypnaletten Phenobarbital. Agua Ardiente 1. Brandy distilled from red wine. 2. Any distilled liquor. 3. General term for liquor in Spanish and Portuguese. Agua-colla San Pedro. Aguaardienta See Agua Ardiente. Aguacolla San Pedro. Aguamiel Spanish agua, water and miel, honey. Fluid formed in the cavity of the agave maguey plant, which is used fresh or fermented to make pulque. Aguardiente Spanish agua, water and ardiente, burnt. A distilled alcoholic beverage drunk mainly in Spanish-speaking countries. Brandy in Spain and Portugal, rum or other distillate of sugarcane i Latin America and a clear anise distillate in Colombia. Aguardiente alemana A medicinal drink with an alcohol base and including jalop root, turpeth root, Aleppo scammony. Aguardiente de cabeza First running from the still.

Contraindications Precautions And Interactions

When linezolid is used with antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin or the NSAIDs (see Chap. 18) there is an increased risk of bleeding and thrombocytopenia. When administered with the MAOIs (see Chap. 31) the effects of the MAOIs are decreased. There is a risk of severe hypertension if linezolid is combined with large amounts of food containing tyramine (eg, aged cheese, caffeinated beverages, yogurt, chocolate, red wine, beer, pepperoni).

Migraine Medications

In some sufferers of migraine attacks, an aura (seeing flashes of lights and colors or wavy lines) often occurs immediately prior to the headache itself. Migraines can last for several hours or up to a day or longer. Common triggers include changes in weather or air pressure, bright or fluorescent lights or glare, chemical fumes, menstrual cycles, and certain foods such as red or fatty meats, cheeses, red wine, beer, and the food additive monosodium glutamate (MSG). Migraines tend to be more common in males during childhood and in females during adulthood.

Resveratrol

Red grapes are one of the best-known sources of resveratrol. Although resveratrol is not found in the flesh of the grape, 1 g of fresh grape skin contains approximately 50 to 100 g of resveratrol. It follows that red wine is also a good source of resveratrol, where it is present at a level of approximately 1.5 to 3.0 mg L, depending on the type of wine. Interestingly, researchers have suggested that resveratrol may be partly responsible for the ability of red wine to lower the level of blood cholesterol and fats. It has been further suggested that this may help to explain the French Paradox, an observation that those consuming a Mediterranean-type diet (including red wine) appear to have a reduced risk of heart disease despite consuming higher levels of saturated fat (e.g., French cheeses).

Anxiety

Anxiety may be attenuated via actions of y-aminobutyric acid (GABA), the major inhibitory neurotransmitter. Several flavonoids, including quercetin from red wine, bind to the benzodiazepine GABAA receptor 28 . Since EGCG is structurally related to these compounds, it may also exert effects via this receptor. At low concentrations, it enhances benzodiazepine's activity on GABAA-receptor-mediated currents in Xenopus oocytes and partially reverses the effects of P-carboline, a negative benzodiazepine modulator, in rat hippocampal neurons without enhancing glutamate-mediated spontaneous excitatory synaptic transmission 29,30 . Both chlorodiazepoxide and EGCG induced the anxiolytic activity of mice in an elevated plus maze test 30 . EGCG reduced anxiety and was sedative for chicks experiencing social separation stress, partially by decreasing plasma corticosterone levels, perhaps via the GABAA receptor 31 .

Vitis Vinifera

The Egyptians were beer people, but we also know a great deal about their wines, through written records, paintings, and archaeological finds. By the Fifth Dynasty, if not before, they were producing both white wine and red wine, which were named the left and right eyes of Horus, respectively. The white wine was said to be the better. Then, five thousand years ago, as now, wine jars were labeled with distinctive seals.

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