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We all lift and are conscious of our health but what kind of Wine if any, do you drink

We all lift and are conscious of our health but what kind of Wine if any, do you drink
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At 1 time I used to be a white wine drinker but I realize that when I drink white wine, for some reason or other my knees seemed to swell as well as my feet so I stay away from white wine so I’m curious if anyone drinks wines have you hD the similar affect and if so what Wine do you drink or stay away from.Trying to remain healthy but do not want this cause and effect.

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If I have wine, I’ve always preferred a red wine such as a Merlot.
I’ve never had any issues with it, and my knees.

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Same I prefer a red wine. The misses is a huge wine connoisseur. But for me I prefer a good cold taste of the Rockies :wink: lol

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I prefer a nice cold Guinness myself.

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Fuck wine

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2 Tequila shots of Don Julio Bar Tenderder for @John and I

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Whiskey, bourbon, or scotch @John?

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Pinot noir and Tawny port

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I very rarely drink, but if I do I’m a scotch guy, or captains!

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Used to be nicknamed pink bubbles for a reason. Rosé all day on sundays

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Pink bubbles is a great nickname!

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Im not positive but could it be from the phosphates that they use to speed up the aging process of wines?
I also have heard of a big trick that they pulled in Europe with wine a scientist figured out that he could add an artificial sweetener to the wine to make it taste better and to cut the amount of actually wine that they would have to use the issue was that the artificial sweetener was a poison that they used as fertilizer or for weed control something in farming so be careful wine makers are scandalous.

I personally have never been a fan of alcohol I believe that its a horrible drug and I just smoke some weed if im looking to chill out

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I’m intrigued by the phosphates in wine and aging. Resveratrol in red wine has slowed down aging in mice quite a bit, and also inhibits plaque formation in arteries. Im gonna have to look up this phosphate and artificial sweetener issues.

I’m more into weed, but I like good homemade sangria,beer if I’m grilling, some gin n oj, with a splash of grenadine

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I saw it in a tv show called the biggest heists

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Gin and juice I would have never guessed that honestly

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@Anabisi and @Mossy1985 I’m a puss not man enough for shots

@John never stops surprising me, and I would definitely prefer the weed, but it’s quite an occupational hazard… we lose our license completely if we test positive for weed just once. It’s infuriating.

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What if your a medical patient?
Does it still effect your license?
I imagine that you are allowed to take any other prescription medication but they are probably biased against weed because big pharma isn’t involved.

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If I come into the ER and test positive the hospital is notified I believe. But it’s a trick bc we get fantastic insurance at the hospitals we work at, so they automatically notify your manager and HR… I don’t know if I was in a different state and something happened and
I test positive what would happen.

Oh of course we can take narcotics etc if we have a script. But that evil weed will get your license snatched. So I could theoretically take
Suboxone or Percocet or anything like that show up to work, have an adverse patient outcome because I’m stoned… they can’t do anything if I have a script for it.

Have an adverse outcome for any reason other than the weed smoked the night before work, and test positive… goodbye career.

It’s a fucked system.

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