drinking

Are you allergic to wine? The signs you should know

Is just one glass of wine enough to throw your body into chaos? You may be allergic to your favourite tipple without knowing it.

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How To Stay Dry This July

Taking part in Dry July this year? Here are some expert tips for giving up booze for a month and raising funds to improve the wellbeing of adult cancer patients by creating better services and environments for them and their families.

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What to drink tonight for better sleep

Rest easy with these comforting brews.

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What’s On: Winetopia, Auckland

Winetopia presented by Singapore Airlines 20-21 May, 2016 Shed 10, Queens Wharf With 673 wineries spread the breadth of the […]

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How much is too much? A new study into alcohol consumption has the answers

To drink or not to drink? That is the age old question being answered by this latest study

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BY THE BARREL

Bernard Hickin, chief winemaker for Jacob’s Creek, talks about the company’s newest double barrel release.

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5 minutes with Tully Hadley

Cellaring is traditionally reserved for top-shelf wines, but now some beers are also being cellared. Master brewer Tully Hadley chats to us about luxury beers that mature with age, allowing their flavours to develop

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Think before you drink

Young women are drinking more than ever. Leading hypnotist and Drink Less Mind program author Georgia Foster sheds light on the psychology of drinking.

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5 Minutes with Alfred Cointreau

27-year-old Alfred Cointreau, the sixth scion of the French liquor brand speaks to us while visiting for the launch of Cointreau Noir, the spirit’s first variant blend since 1875.

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Best value wines to raise a glass with this Aussie Wine Month

These six great value local drops won’t break the budget as you celebrate Aussie Wine Month.

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Celebrate with a difference this New Year’s

Alcohol is still considered a big part of New Year’s Eve celebration, but research is showing a spike in ambulance and emergency room attendance.

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2013 Rochfort Rees RR Series Pinot Gris

Rochfort Rees’s newest addition to its favourite RR Series features baked apple and marzipan notes.

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A drink with Chivas Regal ambassador Max Warner

Whisky is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Global Ambassador of Chivas Regal, Max Warner shares tips on how it is best enjoyed.

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Drinking coffee halves risk of suicide in adults

Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of suicide by about 50 per cent.

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How much is too much?

Emerging research shows few of us know our limits when it comes to alcohol.

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World Health Day focuses on high blood pressure

This Sunday marks World Health Day, with a focus on high blood pressure – a silent killer affecting one third of adults worldwide, many of whom are not even aware they are living with it.

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febfast: Pause your drinking for a cause this February

We all love an excuse for a drink – in fact, it’s engrained in our culture. We drink to celebrate, commiserate and commemorate, but our love of booze could be a problem.

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Sake

Sake master, Andre Bishop, takes us into the world of Japanese rice wine. A general interest in Japan blossomed into a passion for the country’s food and wine, he explains the do’s and dont’s when it comes to enjoying Sake.

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Beer, beer everywhere at Octoberfest

The world’s largest and most famous beer festival, the annual Oktoberfest, opens in Munich for the 179th time.

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What is Ocsober?

More than 22,000 people die in Australia each year as a result of alcohol and drug abuse. Ocsober is a fundraising initiative that encourages people to give up alcohol for the month of October.

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Tea with Stephen Twining

MiNDFOOD is holding three special reader high teas in Wellington, Christchurch and Auckland in conjunction with Twinings. We talk tea with Stephen Twining himself ahead of the event.

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Shake the habit

Do you have a habit that you wish to change – smoking, overeating, binge drinking – but don’t seem to make any progress? Maybe it is because you are applying the wrong change techniques. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Tea for attention

Naturopath Leanne Pratt 
tells us about drinking tea and what impact it has 
on our attention levels, MiNDFOOD Radio presents.

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Message in a bottle

Think you don’t have a drinking problem? Your alcohol use may be masking deeper issues that need to be addressed, MiNDFOOD reports.

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