Study: De-alcoholized red wine may benefit men with hypertension

Drinking nonalcoholic red wine may help alleviate hypertension in men at high risk for heart disease, according to a small study published online in Circulation Research. Spanish researchers who followed 67 men 55 and older found that those who drank de-alcoholized red wine daily for four weeks experienced a significant drop in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure levels compared with those who drank red wine or gin. HealthDay News (9/6)

Last Updated 7/11/2017

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