There is a risk for weight gain due to a high intake of fats. Consult a qualified healthcare provider before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.
There is a risk for reduced iron levels and possible calcium loss resulting from the reduced consumption of dairy products. A qualified health professional should be consulted to determine if additional supplementation is necessary.
Avoid alcohol if pregnant, breastfeeding, or at risk for breast cancer. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, red wine consumption is not recommended in pregnant women, as alcohol may affect the fetus and can lead to life-threatening damage.
Based on clinical studies, the Sonoma Diet%u2122 is likely safe for pregnant women, with the exception of alcohol consumption. However, the diet may be lacking in iron and supplementation may be necessary.
Consumption of large quantities of red wine as a source of resveratrol is considered unsafe due to the alcohol content. According to the American Heart Association, a large amount of alcohol consumption increases the risk of alcoholism, high blood pressure, obesity, stroke, breast cancer, suicide, and accidents. Drinking large quantities of red wine may also have adverse effects on the liver. Preliminary evidence suggests that resveratrol may weakly inhibit the way that the liver breaks down certain drugs, herbs, and supplements (inhibits multiple cytochrome P450 enzymes). Avoid red wine consumption in patients with a history of alcoholism.
The diet cannot be recommended for children before of a lack of available data.
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