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Red wine may be dropped from the Mediterranean diet, as scientists are considering its effects on health. Some studies suggest that there is no safe amount of alcohol, and abstention is best. The European Research Council is funding a four-year study involving 10,000 Spaniards to analyze the effects of moderate wine consumption on health issues like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. The lead researcher, Dr. Miguel Martinez-Gonzalez, previously found that removing wine from the Mediterranean diet would reduce its effectiveness. However, there are concerns about encouraging excessive drinking.
Should we remove wine from the Mediterranean diet?
There are almost 21,000 alcohol-related deaths annually in England.
England sees almost 21,000 alcohol-related deaths per year.