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White Wine May Improve Lung Function

19 years, 7 months ago

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Posted on Oct 04, 2002, 6 a.m. By Bill Freeman

Drinking wine - especially white whine - could help to keep the lungs healthy, according to researchers at the University of Buffalo. Results of the study of 1,555 men and women revealed that regular wine drinkers tended to perform better on lung function tests than non-wine drinkers. Furthermore, white wine seemed to better for lung health than rec.

Drinking wine - especially white whine - could help to keep the lungs healthy, according to researchers at the University of Buffalo. Results of the study of 1,555 men and women revealed that regular wine drinkers tended to perform better on lung function tests than non-wine drinkers. Furthermore, white wine seemed to better for lung health than rec. Study leader Dr Holger Schunemann suspects that antioxidants present in white wine are responsible for the drinks lung-friendly benefits.

SOURCE/REFERENCE: Reported by www.bbc.co.uk on the 20th May 2002

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