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Can Wine Be Good For You: Here's What The Experts Say

Can Wine Be Good For You: Here's What The Experts Say

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It's surprising how extensive the list of wine benefits is. It's already very well known that wine in moderation could potentially support you in preventing bone-loss, boosting your immunity, helping you to lose weight and minimising your forgetfulness.

With statistics telling us that women purchase more than 6 out of every 10 bottles of wine sold in the country, we are pleased to report that wine might do these four things: 

1. Fuel the brain

Wine has the potential to preserve your memory. When scientists distributed memory quizzes to women in their 70's, the ones that drank one drink or more each day scored far better than the ones that drank less or not at all. Wine supports in the prevention of clots and minimises the inflammation of blood vessels, each of which have strong links to heart disease and cognitive decline, Tedd Goldfinger, DO, of the University of Arizona School of Medicine, explained. You should also know that alcohol raises HDL, the apparently good cholesterol, that supports in the unclogging of arteries.

2. Keep you trim

Studies indicate that the people of whom consume wine on a daily basis have a smaller body mass than those that drink it on occasion. Moderate wine drinkers have smaller waists and less abdominal fat than those that drink liquor. Alcohol can potentially encourage your body to burn additional calories for as much as 90 minutes after you have a glass. Beer effects the body in a similar way.

3. Boost your body's defence's

Did you know that in one British study, people that consumed around a glass of wine a day reduced by around 11% their chances of becoming infected by Helicobacter pylori bacteria, a significant cause of stomach cancers, ulcers, gastritis, and stomach cancers. As little as half a glass might prospectively guard against food poisoning caused by germs such as salmonella, when individuals are exposed to foods that are contaminated, a Spanish study suggests.

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