Sunday, 7 September 2014


  • Moderate consumption cuts heart-attack risk by raising HDL cholesterol and reducing the risk of blood clot formation.
  • May protect the brain against age-related dementia.
  • In small amounts, it can improve appetite and aid digestion.
Can provoke mood swings, aggression and hangovers. Can be addictive.

  • Interacts with many medications.
  • Over time, moderate to high intake increases the risk of cancers, as well as heart and liver disease.

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