Savor The Red Wine And Stay Healthy At The Same Time
Be prepared, you’re about to learn how your wine-drinking ritual can be a powerful health elixir. Wine, especially the red one, has been studied extensively over many years resulting an impressive finding: Moderate wine consumption is good for the health. The health effects of wine are mainly stem from resveratrol. Some plants make resveratrol to fight off bacteria and fungi, to withstand a droughtor lack of nutrients, and to protect themselves from ultraviolet irradiation.Red wine contains more resveratrol than white wine because it is fermented with the skins (white wine is not). Most of the resveratrol in grapes is in the seeds and skin.Red and purple grapes, blueberries, cranberries, mulberries, peanuts, and pistachios are rich in resveratrol. Red wine also contains procyanidins to keep the blood vessels healthy. Red wine made in the traditional way has much higher levels of procyanidins than other wines. So, what does moderate wine-drinking (especially the red variety) do to your health?