When I first learned that red wine could lead to cancer, I was terrified.
For the most part, it didn’t.
But there are still a lot of myths and misinformation out there about wine.
Here are five myths that are often passed off as truths.
The body produces more estrogen than it absorbs.
Red wine has a higher estrogen content than most other wine, according to the National Cancer Institute.
So, for most people, the body doesn’t absorb red wine.
It’s like drinking water, and it’s absorbed more slowly than other beverages.
But that’s not true for women, according, because red wine has more estrogen.
The estrogen content of red wine is in the range of 4 to 7 percent, according the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
Red Wine Causes Cancer.
There’s been some debate over the link between red wine and cancer.
In fact, studies have linked red wine with an increased risk of bladder cancer.
The National Cancer Council recommends against consuming red wine unless you’re at high risk of the disease.
But the American Cancer Society says that even a low-risk wine is not a sure sign that you might be at high-risk.
If you think you might have bladder cancer, go see your doctor.
The wine contains pesticides.
The fact is, the red wine we’re talking about is grown in a way that is very different from the ones we consume.
This means that it doesn’t contain all the pesticides that are found in traditional wines.
The red wine industry is also known for using the most toxic pesticides available, like organophosphate pesticides.
When it comes to the health effects of red wines, you can get a lot more information about the pesticide residues in the wine at the American Chemistry Council’s website.
Red wines can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Red grapes are also the most common grape variety used in traditional red wine production, according with the American Wine Institute.
Red grape juice contains high levels of a chemical called carbamazepine, which can cause cardiac disease.
There are a number of other health problems linked to the consumption of red grape juice, including high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Red fruit is also high in sugar and calories.
If we were eating red wine everyday, it would probably have about the same calories as a typical red meat sandwich.
And that’s because red fruit is the fruit of the apple tree.
In order to get the nutrients and the fiber from the fruit, the apple is harvested and packed in the leaves and stems.
These leaves are then broken down by the enzyme called lysozyme.
When the lysozymes break down the fruit juice, the nutrients are released and released into the bloodstream.
When we eat red wine it takes about the equivalent of eating an apple a day for the same amount of calories.
The amount of antioxidants in red wine doesn’t seem to be as beneficial as the antioxidant levels in red meat.
This isn’t to say that red grapes don’t contain the same level of antioxidants as red meat, just that the amount of vitamins, minerals and fiber that the red grapes contain are lower than the amounts found in meat.
Red is good for you.
The good news is that red is a great way to eat red grapes.
Red, especially when it’s grown in small batches, is an extremely high-protein food, and there’s no need for preservatives.
The downside is that the health benefits are more limited than those found in red meats, and the taste can be more bitter than the red meat equivalent.
It takes time to digest and to get your daily dose of antioxidants.
And red wine tends to be much sweeter than red meat when it comes out of the vineyard.
But red is delicious, and you don’t have to limit your consumption to red.
Just don’t go out and get a bottle of wine for dinner or something.
It might be better to eat something more nutritious, like whole fruit.
Red can help with weight loss.
When red wine was first introduced, it was marketed as a way to help reduce the risk for obesity.
And it worked.
In one study, people who consumed red wine for two weeks lost 2.5 pounds compared to those who drank red wine or drank a control drink.
It also helped lower blood pressure.
But in a study published in the journal Gastroenterology, researchers looked at how much weight loss was possible with red fruit.
They found that a one-ounce serving of red fruit reduced the risk by 8 percent.
And the researchers were particularly interested in red grape wine, because it had a lower amount of carbs and more calories than other red fruits.
Red may reduce your cholesterol levels.
Red also has a high amount of the anti-inflammatory vitamin A, and research shows that red fruit can lower your risk of heart disease.