Jacobs Creek selling alcohol, a teratogen. Alcohol can damage you and your baby

 

  • pinkhouselivingWhen I worked at more! magazine (RIP Position of the Week) pink wine wasn’t just a drink, it was a way of life – nay, a RELIGION 🙏🏻🍷that we worshipped from about 5pm every day. The highly educational magazine (who knew you could put THAT in THERE?!) might not exist any more (😭🤧) but the pink wine lives on in my life thanks to @jacobscreekuk 💖. I’ve also found an exciting new place to drink it: while my house is a sea of Insta-unfriendly beige and the weather still reasonably warm (compared to Scotland these London September temperatures are positively balmy) I’ve moved my favourite chair to the woods behind our house – cheers! 📷: Pink House Husband (turns out he has hidden talents: ‘just turn the bottle a fraction counter-clockwise…’) #madeby #ad #parakeetsjustoutofshot

 

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Alcohol is a poison…

moet drinkaware perfect for 2

Because wine contains alcohol and alcohol is a poison, it is wise to monitor personal wine consumption. Alcohol’s contribution to liver damage, dementia and accidents is well known. Less well known is that the incidence of cancer of the mouth and larynx,nerve and muscle wasting,blood disorders,strokes, raised blood pressure,skin infections,psoriasis and infertility increases with alcohol intake, and the babies of mothers who drink excessively during pregnancy may have abnormal facial features and low intelligence. The Oxford Companion to Wine 1994.

Alcohol is a poison…

moet drinkaware perfect for 2

Because wine contains alcohol and alcohol is a poison, it is wise to monitor personal wine consumption. Alcohol’s contribution to liver damage, dementia and accidents is well known. Less well known is that the incidence of cancer of the mouth and larynx,nerve and muscle wasting,blood disorders,strokes, raised blood pressure,skin infections,psoriasis and infertility increases with alcohol intake, and the babies of mothers who drink excessively during pregnancy may have abnormal facial features and low intelligence. The Oxford Companion to Wine 1994.