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February 18, 1994 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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works between Israel and
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this week in a London
meeting between officials
from the two countries.
The agreement is seen
here as an important sign
that the Arab boycott has
weakened as the peace pro-
cess continues at a slow but
determined pace.
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres and Energy Minister
Moshe Shahal reportedly
met in London with Qatar's
foreign minister and his ad-
visers to advance the deal.
Neither Israeli minister
would tell reporters about
the meeting.
Under the plan, natural
gas would be brought to
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replace coal and other fossil
fuels now used to operate
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rest would be transported to
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vulnerable to heart disease,
cancers and other deadly af-
flictions, whereas a large bias
of anti-oxidants is not harm-
ful. Though the testing of
sample populations in Israel
is in its early stages, Pro-
fessor Kanner is very confi-
dent that the results will vin-
dicate his theories about dark
grapes.
"The level of anti-oxidants
in red grapes really is very
remarkable," he stresses.
"Unfortunately, . light or
green grapes, which are
sweeter and more succulent
and suitable to be eaten fresh,
contain markedly lower levels
of anti-oxidants." However,
Professor Kanner hastens to
add that we do not need to
become drunkards to enrich
ourselves with the grapes'
anti-oxidants.
"Firstly, dark red grapes
can always be drunk in the
form of fresh grape juice," he
remarks. "But even if
somebody wants to increase
their anti-oxidant level
through red wine, I estimate
that one glass a day would be
sufficient?'
Professor Kanner expects to
quantify such claims more
categorically when his
research surveys of sample
populations are completed in
several years' time. Not sur-
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