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Metal hazard from European table wines

British researchers inspected the wines with Target Hazard Quotient (THQ) for metal concentration from 15 countries in Europe, South America and Middle East. A THQ above 1 is considered to be hazardous. The results show that both red and white wines from most of the European countries contain at least seven kinds of toxic heavy metal ions. Typical a cup of wine THQ values ranged from 50 to 200, with some wines may reach 300.Most of the metal ions in the wine are vanadium, copper and manganese. Other heavy metal ions above the THQ value of 1 are zinc, nickel, chromium, leadin addition to some other heavy metal ions were found in the wines.
 
 
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