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2.0 out of 5 stars
The Wine Diet, 13 Dec. 2011
I found that Prof. Roger Corder's book was most interesting, but as a diet "pundit",he had reiterated all that had been said before, although his "slant" was somewhat different.
Diet followers already know that red wine, in small doses are beneficial, but I was bogged down with the chemistry "lesson" of the usefulness of "procyanidins" against heart disease, cancers, erection dysfunction, etc., which took at least 5 chapters with mentions in chapter 10.
As a diet book and I've read a few I rate it about 6 out of 10 - about the same as "Nutrition for Dummies", which certainly had a "fun" factor.