Cheap Wine Brands Are Full of Toxic and Deadly Arsenic [Video]

How cheap wines are full of toxic and deadly arsenic? Finding cheap bottle of wine can make us all happy. Enjoying in this great beverage during meal with friends of family is priceless. But there is one big problem in these situations:  Cheap bottle of wine might actually contain a heavy metal. That metal is killing you from the inside out.

Deadly Arsenic Wine

If you’re simply enjoying a nice glass of wine with friends and family, you’ll definitely want to keep reading. It turns out that few wine brands are in fact full of deadly arsenic.  Researchers prove it.

Low levels and organic arsenic, chronic levels of arsenic, over time can accumulate in the body. They can inhibit the natural detox process of our body. Other heavy metals can also accumulate in the body. All arsenic types are carcinogenic, especially inorganic arsenic. This last kind of arsenic is present in cheap wines.

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We can also find deadly arsenic in ground water.

For drinking water, the EPA set a limit of 10 parts arsenic to 1 billion parts water. But few wines contain 500% or more arsenic than the amount allowed in drinking water.

Several winery representatives from the 28 wineries in the lawsuit claim that allowing more arsenic in wine makes sense, because “people drink more water than wine… and water is the only beverage with an arsenic baseline that is monitored by the government.”

The former wine distributor, Kevin Hicks, tested those wines. He started a wine testing lab in Denver, where he tested  1,300 California wines, Unfortunately, 1/4 of the bottles showed arsenic levels higher than the allowed level in water. The cheaper the wine is, the higher the arsenic level is.

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If you buy wine from a health food store, it doesn’t mean that you’re safe from high arsenic levels.

Avoid These Wines full Of Deadly Arsenic

  • Almaden Heritage White Zinfandel, Moscato, Chardonnay, Mountain Burgundy, Rhine and Chablis
  • Arrow Creek Coastal Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2011
  • Bandit Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay
  • Bay Bridge Chardonnay
  • Beringer White Merlot 2011, White Zinfandel 2011, Refreshingly Sweet Moscato and Red Moscato
  • Charles Shaw White Zinfandel 2012
  • Colores del sol Malbec 2010
  • Glen Ellen by Concannon’s Glen Ellen Reserve Pinot Grigio 2012 and Merlot 2010
  • Concannon Selected Vinyards Pinot Noir 2011
  • Cook Spumante
  • Corbett Canyon Pinot Grigio and Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Cupcake Malbec 2011
  • Fetzer Moscato 2010 and Pinot Grigio 2011
  • Fisheye Pinot Grigio 2012
  • Flipflop Pinot Grigio 2012, Moscato and Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Foxhorn White Zinfdandel
  • Franzia Vitner Select White Grenache, White Zinfande, White Merlot and Burgundy
  • Hawkstone Rex Goliath’s Moscato
  • Korbel Sweet Rose Sparkling Wine and Extra Dry Sparkling Wine
  • Menage a Trois Pinot Grigio 2011, Moscato 2010, White Blend 2011, Chardonnay 2011, Rose 2011, Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 and California Red Wine 2011
  • Mogen David Concord and Blackberry Wine
  • Oak Leaf White Zinfandeal
  • Pomelo Sauvignon Blanc 2011
  • R Collection by Raymond’s Chardonnay 2012
  • Richards Wild Irish Rose Red Wine
  • Seaglass Sauvignon Blanc 2012
  • Simply Naked Moscato 2011
  • Smoking Loon Viognier 2011
  • Sutter Home Sauvignon Blanc 2010, Gewurztraminer 2011, Pink Moscato, Pinot Grigio 2011, Moscato, Chenin Blanc 2011, Home Sweet Red 2010, Riesling 2011, White Merlot 2011, Merlot 2011, White Zinfandel 2011, White Zinfandel 2012 and Zinfandel 2010
  • Trapiche Malbec 2012
  • Tribuno Sweet Vermouth
  • Vendange Merlot and White Zinfandel
  • Wine Cube Moscato, Pink Moscato 2011, Pinot Grigio 2011, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay 2011, Chardonnay, Red Sangria, Sauvignon Blanc 2011 and Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz 2011

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Source: DavidWolfe

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