Red wine taken off elixir list by UK health experts

08 January 2016 - 02:36 By Staff reporter

Red wine is bad for your health, experts reveal in a new report. In an about turn, British government experts have dismissed the supposed health benefits of wine and are set to rewrite the book on the nation's alcohol consumption, according to reports.A landmark report by chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies, due to be published today, will destroy the long-held belief that red wine can cut the risk of cancer, heart disease and memory loss even when drunk in moderation, The Sun reported.

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