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Wine contains metal

31st October 2008

A study by the School of Life Sciences at Kingston University has said that some wines could contain "dangerous levels" of metals which could accumulate in the body over a long period.

However the research was based on an assumed level of consumption of 250mls per day for the average adult lifespan. The NHS Knowledge Service said: "It is too soon to draw any conclusions about the importance of metals found in wine."


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Article Information

Title: Wine contains metal
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 8982
Date Added: 31st Oct 2008


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