Copy
WIC Newsletter
February 2016

Feature

Light to moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages can protect from type-2 diabetes
The findings of the current meta-analysis suggest that low to moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages is associated with a lower risk of type-2 diabetes and shows a clear dose-response relationship…
General Health
Lower all-cause mortality in Swedish women with light drinking
In this prospective study among Swedish women was a clear J-shaped relation between the amount of alcoholic beverages and mortality from all causes…
Read more

Further evidence that low-to-moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages may be causally related to improved blood lipids
The present study provides important data supporting that light-to-moderate   consumption of alcoholic beverages has favorable effects on most blood lipid levels…
Read more

Drinking Patterns
Mediterranean diet and consumption of alcoholic beverages
Two scientists, Richard M Hoffman (University of Hertfordshire, UK) and Mariette Gerber (French Food, Environment and Work Safety Agency, ANSES, France), exploring the health effects of the Mediterranean diet, recently published an important comment in the British Medical Journal that should be embraced by committees formulating drinking guidelines...
Read more

In this issue

  • Light to moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages can protect from type-2 diabetes
  • Lower all-cause mortality in Swedish women with light drinking
  • Further evidence that low-to-moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages may be causally related to improved blood lipids
  • Mediterranean diet and consumption of alcoholic beverages

Upcoming Events


9 —  10 March 2015
Mediterranean colloquium “Wine and Nutrition”
Hyères-Les-Palmiers (Provence), France

10 — 12 March 2016
World Congress on Public Health and Nutrition
Madrid, Spain

25 — 28 April 2016
X Mediterranean Diet Conference
Barcelona, Spain

9 June 2016
DWA Symposium during the conference Ernährung 2016
Dresden, Germany

July 11-15, 2016 
XXVIIIth International Conference on Polyphenols 2016
Vienna, Austria

POSTPONED
WineHealth 2015 Conference
Tours, France
 

To receive our monthly newsletter
Sign up here

Copyright © 2016 Wine Information Council, All rights reserved.
Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp
unsubscribe from this list | update subscription preferences