Wine in Context: Nutrition, Physiology, and Policy. Proceedings of the Symposium on Wine & Health (1996)
Consists of papers presented by invited speakers at the Symposium on Wine & Health held on June 24 & 25, 1996 in Reno, Nevada.
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Table of Contents
Cross cultural aspects of drinking, alcohol abuse, and alcoholism.
D. J. Pittman
Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and antioxidants.
R. L. Walzem and R. J. Hansen
Red wine, atherosclerosis, and coronary thrombosis.
J. D. Folts, B. Begolli, and D. Shanmuganayagam
Wine and cancer.
S. E. Ebeler and M. A. Weber
L. F. Bisson
Allergy to wine.
V. A. Marinkovich
Headache and wine.
M. A. Daeschel
Sulfites, wine, and health.
A. T. Bakalinsky
The in vitro effect of red wine on Helicobacter pylori.
K. C. Fugelsang and C. J. Muller
Fetal alcohol risk: A current perspective.
Why wine can be part of a healthy diet and life-style.
Wine as part of a healthful diet: Cross-cultural perspectives.
D. B. Heath
Moderate alcohol consumption: Beneficial to your health?
R. C. Ellison
Making sense of health claims for alcohol: To whose health?
G. A. Hacker
The antidote to alcohol abuse: Sensible drinking messages.
S. Peele and A. Brodsky
An approach to sensible drinking message.
Government regulations and the wine industry.
W. T. Earle
The implications of the 1995 Dietary Guidelines for the USDA food guide pyramid.
Should we recommend consumption of wine or other alcoholic beverages to help prevent coronary heart disease?
M. H. Criqui