Wine and Cardiovascular Health: A Comprehensive Review

@article{Haseeb2017WineAC,
  title={Wine and Cardiovascular Health: A Comprehensive Review},
  author={S. Haseeb and Bryce Alexander and A. Baranchuk},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2017},
  volume={136},
  pages={1434–1448}
}
Alcoholic beverages have been consumed for thousands of years, attracting great human interest for social, personal, and religious occasions. In addition, they have long been debated to confer cardioprotective benefits. The French Paradox is an observation of a low prevalence of ischemic heart disease, with high intakes of saturated fat, a phenomenon accredited to the consumption of red wine. Although many epidemiological investigations have supported this view, others have attributed it to… Expand
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