Master Class Lesson 7


Lesson 7: Quality, Traditional & Moderate Wine intake extends Healthy Lifespans 

“Stop drinking only water, and use a little wine because of your stomach and your frequent illnesses.” 1 Timothy 5:23

The evidence the Presentation will share suggests that early death and multiple chronic diseases appear to be either partially or primarily the result of abstaining from this “essential nutrient” we call wine. But only if the dosage is “small to moderate”.

As Paracelsus said over two thousands years ago, “wine is a medicine, a food or a poison depending on the dosage”, to which we can add quality, pairing and timing. Too much wine will obviously harm the liver, the brain and other organs, but in the right proportion and context, wine can be a good medicine, just like essential oils, sunlight, exercises, heat, botanicals, caloric restriction, food, sound and the like. But for wine to be great medicine, it must be sipped holistically and its grapes and vinification should be prepared traditionally, (for that extra resveratrol boost) and without chemicals. Today, in the United States, the FDA allows Americans to drink wine that can have  up to 76 additives, including but not limited to arsenic, lead and glyphosate. (Source) And because the US government does not require labeling, the wine consumer should ascertain that the wine is organic and traditionally made.

In this Lesson, we will examine a few diseases that quality wine can help to both control and reverse as well as its impact on longevity.

“Wine is a traditional beverage that has been associated with both healthy and harmful effects. Conceptions like the so-called “French paradox” or the beneficial impact of the Mediterranean diet suggest benefit. (…) there is reasonable unanimity in beneficial effects of moderate wine consumption in cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, maybe neurological diseases, and longevity”. (Source)

On the issue of “Moderate” and “biologically indicated” quality wine 

Does One glass of Red Wine a day contain enough Live Chemistry for Longevity Benefits ? 

Why most pub-med published articles on wines are flawed

Analyses of over twelve disease conditions quality & properly dosed wine can safely and efficiently address

Can wine activate the longevity pathways ?

Case Studies

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Instructor: Pr Joubert

 “Primum non nocere” (First do no Harm) Hippocrates, the Father of medicine

Video Excerpt on a 2016  Optimal Longevity Medicine Lecture from Pr. Joubert


“The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while Nature cures the disease.”  Voltaire. One of 18th century Voltaire’s lessons to heal and be happy is to “cultivate one’s garden” (cf in his book Condide), that which can be translated to mean the cultivation of the low-key attitude of being joyfully humble and humbly joyful with an uplifting sense of purpose, awe and gratitude holistically expressed in the “now and here”, what is  called “la joie de vivre”. 

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