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As far back as 2004, researchers writing in the British Medical Journal included red wine in what they proposed was—from a preventative medicine point of view—the perfect meal. They called it the “polymeal,” and proposed that if everyone in the world were to eat this meal on a regular basis, there would be double-digit reductions in deaths from heart disease, a reduction

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