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  • #598719

    YW Moderator-42
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    “Looking at past studies they found that, while heavy drinkers do put on weight, those who drink in moderation can actually lose weight.”

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/news/archive/100240/A+Glass+Of+Wine+A+Day+Can+Stop+People+Piling+On+The+Pounds+&+Even+Help+You+LOSE+Weight.html

    I guess I’ll have to add a glass of wine to go along with my chocolate in my daily moderation routine.

    #1063107

    happy face
    Member

    well, what will the CR look like then????…Just make sure it’s just one glass… not more!!!!

    #1063108

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    A shot of Liquor a day can help your heart

    #1063109

    ZeesKite
    Participant

    Wine in. What’s out?

    #1063110

    what kind?

    #1063111

    MDG
    Participant

    42,

    My sister is a dentist, and she told me that chocolate is good for the teeth. Well, the chocolate is good, but all that sugar in it is bad.

    #1063112

    The Rambam recommends drinking wine in moderation (Mishna Torah Hil. De’os 5:3).

    Red wine also has a high amount of beneficial oligomericproanthocyanidins, and other antioxidants, which are very useful in preventing heart disease, macular degeneration, diabetes, and cancer, among with other diseases. However, too much can obviously be very dangerous.

    #1063113

    mustangrider
    Member

    oy vey – im not even going to try to pronounce that! lol!

    #1063114

    littleapple
    Member

    Orchos Tzaddikim shaar hasimcha criticizes bitterly drinking wine in the wrong way and then turns and calls drinking it in the right way tov meod! ayin sham

    #1063115

    ZeesKite
    Participant

    MDG:

    Chocolate is good – for the dentist!

    #1063116

    mustangrider: oh-lee-go-merrick-pro-antho-sy-ani-din.

    😉

    #1063117

    Wine has been shown to have so many benefits that I started to drink 2 small glasses of red wine a day during the week as well as of course on Shabbos. I don’t enjoy it, though, and I often forget.

    #1063118

    I don’t enjoy it, though, and I often forget

    you forget to drink the wine?

    or the wine makes you forget?

    or you forget that you dont enjoy it?

    #1063119

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    I didn’t see any wine at The Goq’s birthday party today.

    #1063120

    HaLeiVi
    Participant

    It’s no Chiddush. It’s right there in Hilchos Erev Perash.

    #1063121

    Boris Karshina
    Participant

    Wine’s fine but liqour’s quicker

    #1063122

    WIY
    Member

    I think its apparent that wine plays a role in moderation here :-p

    #1063123

    am yisrael chai
    Participant

    “I didn’t see any wine at The Goq’s birthday party today.”

    hic…me neither…all gone…hic

    #1063124

    mustangrider
    Member

    ayc – lol!

    oy vey – r u sure thats just one word and not a whole sentence? 🙂

    #1063125

    ItcheSrulik
    Member

    Reb Ber: The benefits were shown for three-five glasses a week. More than that and the alcohol makes it yotza schara b’hefseida.

    #1063126

    mustangrider: My bad. You’re half right. It’s two words, not one:

    oligomeric proanthocyanidins

    #1063127

    Wine is good only if it is from Grapes grown Organically using very little sugar to Ferment the Grapes thus making the Wine dry and Sulfite Free. There is a Gemorah (I don’t Know which one) that supports the idea of only drinking Dry Wine. A lot of Antioxidants good for maintaining the Immune System.

    #1063128

    Wine is also good for the Brain and Heart.

    #1063129

    MeinMeinung
    Member

    So when are you opening the “Wine Room”?

    #1063130

    am yisrael chai
    Participant

    “So when are you opening the “Wine Room?”

    The “Whine Room” has been open almost as long as the Coffee Room…

    #1063131

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    early bump

    #1063132

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    In preparation for Pesach we are supposed to drink 4 cups every night between Purim and Pesach. Some are machmir and drink more than 4 and do it starting Chanuka.

    #1063133

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    After Purim, you can drink schnapps and be mekayem biur chometz.

    #1063134

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    I’m mekayem biur chametz with cookies, donuts, cakes…

    #1063135

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Yeah, but what do you wash it down with?

    #1063137

    BUMP!!!

    #1063138

    screwdriverdelight
    Participant

    ok so i followef yhe advice and it worked i guess but you didnt say there were side efects like throwimng up ans headaches also

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