Special Issue "Wine Components and Chemical Mechanisms for Health"
A special issue of Beverages (ISSN 2306-5710).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (21 December 2018)
Three decades after the term “French Paradox” was coined, scientific studies continue to explore the complex relationship between the consumption of wine and health. This Special Issue aims to provide deeper insight into the potentially bioactive components of grapes and wine, and the biological and chemical mechanisms involved in any positive impacts of wine on human health. The nutritional aspect of wine’s role, as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle, as well as sociological outcomes of its consumption, are also considered.Dr. Creina Stockley
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