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Tuesday, September 8, 2009, 10:31am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I couldn't find any info on rose wine on the forum or typebase.

As far as I know, rose wine is made from red grapes, and red wine is beneficial for O nonnies.

Would rose wine therefore be beneficial as well ?
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I've always wondered the same thing and as I haven't found the answer have assumed that it's okay - in moderation of course.

I'll be interested to see what other people have to say.

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I would think any wine made with red grapes is fine.
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it is so weird on my swami
Red wine is black dot- while white wine is neutral
and grape juice is superfood  
and rose wine ????


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I've always considered it in the 'red although not quite as good for me as real red' category.   If you can find a nice dry one, it's a lovely chilled option in summer.  


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I've wondered the same thing.  I much prefer rose to red.  

And what about white zinfandel?  It's rose, isn't it?  Even though it's called white?  


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rose' has less resveratrol, but is still healthful, and has some. DH makes a lovely dry one.
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So I might need to drink 2-3 cups instead of one?


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Ribbit...How do I post a picture on here? I'm kind of slow on computer stuff  


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It took me a long time to learn it and I'm not sure I could tell you properly.  I do it from photobucket.  There's been a couple of threads on the subject.  C# or Lola could direct you to them.


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I recently placed the same question on this forum and after helpful directions from more experienced users here, this is what I did :

Joined photobucket, but any other freebie photo sharing site will do.
Took a snapshop of myself using my webcam and save it as a jpg.
Uploaded that photo in photobucket and took notice of the link address for it.
Use that link address in the following blah, code in my signature section in my profile here. You find your profile under the members area in this website.

blah code to copy (replace 'yoursnapshotlink' with your photo link address and xx with the size you want for your pic, I used 60 in mine):

[url=yoursnapshotlink][img width=xx height=xx]yoursnapshotlink[/img][/url]

It worked for me.  Hope this helps.





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So I might need to drink 2-3 cups instead of one?


Works for me!  ha!

White zinf is a rose also, as it is made from the zinf grape (red) and I assume the skins are removed early as with other roses. At least that is my theory.

Jayneeo, I'll be there by dinner time!  


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Well, then I will continue to drink rose.  I like it very much.


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but not while nursing...Ribbit...huh ..........


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My mother both smoked and drank while pregnant and nursing with me.

Take the warnings seriously.  I am one really mixed up Explorer.  

Either smoking or drinking could impact your baby's health. I could have been seven foot two if mom was more cautious.  


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I couldn't find any info on rose wine on the forum or typebase.

As far as I know, rose wine is made from red grapes, and red wine is beneficial for O nonnies.

Would rose wine therefore be beneficial as well ?


I think Rose and Port are types of red wine - I've always treated them as such...


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I don't overdo it when I'm nursing, Isa.  I can't tell that wine has any affect on a baby....nor does coffee or tea.....but that's just my babies....

And I'm one mixed up Warrior, Paul.  My mom has never smoked or drunk anything.  I don't know why I'm not an Explorer.  


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