This is Becca of Organic Gurlz Gardens in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Today I will share some information about the Health Benefits of Wine.
The health benefits of red wine:
Moderate consumption of red wine cuts the risk of colon cancer by a whopping 45 percent!
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French scientists found evidence that an antioxidant in wine called resveratrol can put the brakes on the growth of liver cancer cells.
Although, the most amazing news of all came in studies suggesting that red wine may cut their risk of osteoporosis — age-related bone thinning closely related to calcium loss.
What is “Organic” wine?
In the United States, wines that have the label of organic are not “allowed” to contain added sulfites. Wines that do have added sulfites, but the ingredients otherwise are organic, are labeled “wine made from organic grapes.”
The use of added sulfites is debated heavily within the organic winemaking community. Many vintners favor their use, in extremely small quantities, to help stabilize wines, while many others frown on them completely.
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The health benefits of white wine:
White wine drinkers suffering from high blood pressure have a narrower risk of having a heart attack then someone who doesn’t consume wine.
Drinking wine helps to reduce the accumulation of fats in the arteries, which is often associated with atherosclerosis.
Just as drinking wine help prevent cardiovascular disease, wine also may help prevent the risk of developing a stroke. White wine prevents blood clots responsible for the overwhelming strokes and other related complications. Further studies have proven that wine helps to prevent occurrence of cataracts in the eyes.
Storing a wine bottle its side may assist with the wine coming in contact with the cork, thus preventing the cork from drying out. Bottles with screw-top closures or plastic corks, as well as sparkling wines (which keep corks moist due to pressure inside the bottle) can be stored vertically, though horizontal storage is many times more compact and practical.
Wine should be stored in an area that is cool, but not cold (45-65 degrees Fahrenheit); humid, but not too humid (50-80% humidity); and relatively dark.
**Remember, always drink responsibly.
Always check with your physician about your medical conditions before consuming any alcohol.
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