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Shield Your Liver From Damage With This Drink

July 31, 2012 by  

A recent study of more than 12,000 people shows that up to one glass of red wine a day doesn’t just help your heart and blood pressure, it cuts your risk of liver disease in half. This liver protection is mainly attributed to the resveratrol, a polyphenol and antifungal chemical that’s found just below the skin of red wine grapes.

But do other kinds of alcohol such as beer provide similar protection? Absolutely not! According to the same study, other alcoholic drinks can even do harm to your liver.

So let your liver know it’s loved. Turn up a glass of red wine each day.

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American and author of The Bob Livingston Letter™, founded in 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • BL Frame

    What about a Resveratrol supplement beverage…to avoid the alcoholic content of wine?

    • duane

      I have done some research on this too. Since I am a recovering alcoholic. Grapeseed extract is a good substitute for the wine and you get more nutrients from it, along with the resveratrol. Hope this helps. A good site to go to is mercola.com for more information.

  • dan

    Thanks for the excellent advice , Bob :)
    I love it when someone makes healthy habits fun ! Cheers !

  • http://nuggets4u.wordpress.com nuggets4u

    I would prefer Grape juice over wine since studies show 2 or more drinks a week increases chances of breast cancer….Also consideration must be given to spiritual and emotional roots of disease. Medical science says up to 95% of disease is from our thoughts.
    Yes taking care of our temple is very important but we must address the other since we are a tri-part being. Blessings Pastor Gail

  • confusedincalifornia

    Wouldn’t eating grapes do the same thing?

  • coal miner 1

    LIVER SUPPORT – ALCOHOL – EFFECTS ON LIVER PROTECTION

    http://www.nu-liver.com/liver-support-alcohol-health.htm

    … store as part of an overall program to: Support and protect your liver naturally. The formula supports general liver health and strengthens over-all healthy … Because of the recent widespread press regarding the benefit of consuming “red wine” … Other studies demonstrate liver damage can occur with as little as one drink …

  • duane

    Another way to support your liver is to drink a glass of filtered lemon water every morning when you get up. The lemon water helps to cleanse the liver.

  • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

    PEOPLE OFTEN TALK ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF WINE-DRINKING, BUT, IT IS UNREALISTIC TO ASSUME MOST OF THESE DRINKERS ONLY DRINK WINE – MOST ALSO DRINK BEER AND/OR LIQUOR.

    THEREFORE, THIS STUDY IS FLAWED BECAUSE WINE-ONLY DRINKERS ARE RARE. THE 12,000-PARTICIPANT NUMBER IS QUITE TELLING. THIS COUNTRY HAS A POPULATION OF MORE THAN THREE-HUNDRED MILLION.

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