Slows the Aging Process, prevents Diabetes, Increase Bone Density and Prevent  Osteoporosis and Hypertension

The power of Red Wine


Anti-Cancer Properties

Red wine is a rich source of a polyphenol called resveratrol, which acts as an antioxidant. It protects the cells of the body from damage and wards off chronic diseases. These antioxidants play a major role in the prevention of cancer, including colorectal cancer and lung cancer.


Cardiovascular Diseases

Red wine inhibits the synthesis of endothelin-1, a protein responsible for the building up of fats along the walls of blood vessels leading to atherosclerosis. Wine has high levels of procyanidins, which play a role in the oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol, reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

The power of Red Wine


Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Clotting Properties

The American Chemical Society has found that the phenols found in red wine prevent platelet aggregation, thus countering thromboses that can occlude the inner lining of the blood vessels. It has blood thinning properties, and scores higher than aspirin in this respect. Aspirin is usually taken as a preventative measure for heart attacks.


Prevention of Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Resveratrol in wine also plays a neuro-protective role and enhances the degradation of plaques that can cause Alzheimer’s. It also counters the age-related degeneration of neurons.

The power of Red Wine


Slows the Aging Process

The Harvard Medical School recommends a daily dose of resveratrol for a longer and healthier life.


Prevents Diabetes

Wine prevents complications caused by oxidative stress during the onset of diabetes mellitus. This also reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases among type 2 diabetes patients.

The power of Red Wine


Prevention of Osteoporosis

The high silicon content of red wine ensures enhanced bone density and can also act as a protector of bone health in menopausal women due to the phytoestrogens present in it. Estrogen is commonly used in hormone replacement therapy for menopausal women.


Prevents Hypertension

A red wine constituent, provinol, is effective in easing Nitric Oxide (NO) synthase-deficient hypertension.

The recommended serving size of red wine is one glass (5 ounces or 147 grams). This nutrition information is provided by the USDA-

  • Calories: 125, Fat: 0g, Sodium: 5.9g, Carbohydrates: 3.8g, Fiber: 0g,Sugar : 0.9g,Protein: 0.1g,  manganese : 0.2g,

    Other Nutrients Found in Wine?

    40% of recommended daily intake – Prevents tooth decay when used topically.
    10% – Antioxidant beneficial to brain, liver and nervous system.
    5% – Helps keep your heart beating.
    4% – Delivers oxygen to your body.
    4% – Helps access energy in your the body.
    Vitamin B6
    3% – Antioxidant that aids in oxygen delivery in the body.
    Vitamin B2
    3% – Strengthens bones, regulates hormones, and aids in digestion.
    2% – Helps in memory and liver function.
    Wine is fermented using yeast, which produces sulfites, so almost all wine contains sulfites.Most people can ingest sulfites with no problem, but two groups can experience negative effects. Those with sulfite-sensitive asthma can have severe respiratory episodes after taking in too many sulfites. Those who lack the enzyme that breaks down sulfites – sulfite oxidase – can also have serious reactions. White wine has more sulfites than red wine.

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