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Can red wine mimic the health effect of oily fish? 

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 2:11 AM on 05th December 2008

Benefit: A glass or two of wine a day helps the body make oils that are good 
for the heart, say researchers
A glass or two of wine a day helps the body make oils that are good for the 
heart, research suggests. 

A study of hundreds of couples revealed that drinking small amounts of alcohol 
boosts levels of omega 3. 

oils, which are more usually associated with eating oily fish, are
credited with a host of health benefits, from cutting the risk of heart
disease to boosting brain power.
It is thought that alcoholic
drinks enhance the production of the fats in the body, the American
Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports. 

Most effective of
all is red wine, with one small glass a day for women and two for men
providing optimum benefit, the Italian study found. 

The researchers made the link after studying the health of around 800 couples 
from London, Belgium and Italy. 

analysis showed that those who drank small amounts of alcohol had
higher levels of omega 3 in their blood, even when the amount of fish
they ate was taken into account. 
researchers, from the Catholic University of Campobasso, said the
finding could help explain how red wine protects against heart disease. 

Researcher Dr Licia Iacoviello said: 'We consider these data to be a major 

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