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Effect of red wine consumption on lipoprotein (a) and other risk factors for atherosclerosis

Effect of red wine consumption on lipoprotein (a) and other risk factors for atherosclerosis

Qjm 88(2): 101-108

The effects, in vivo, of components specific to red wine and those of alcohol on lipoproteins, antioxidant status and membrane fluidity were studied. 20 subjects (25 to 60 years old) were given 200 ml red wine/day for 10 days. Following a 6-week washout, this was repeated with white wine. Changes within treatment groups were analysed by paired t tests and repeated measures analysis of variance was used to distinguish effects of red wine components and alcohol.

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PMID: 7704560

DOI: 10.1093/oxfordjournals.qjmed.a069030

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