Red wine and health 4

Red wine

Red wine

Red wine is amazing

Red wine is a truly amazing alcohol drink.  It is preferred for the seder, although white wine is acceptable.  It can be sweet or dry.  It is a rich source of biologically active phytochemicals, chemicals found in plants.  Red wine has the tendency to neutralize these harmful chemicals before they can do any harm to the body.

Red wine and Resveratrol

Resveratrol is found in the skin of red grapes.  It is found in the seeds and the skin of the grapes that are used to make red wines.  It is produced in the skin of the grapes used in making the wine.  It is an antifungal chemical that occurs naturally under the skin of red wine grapes.  Resveratrol is produced by the grapevine and is fortified in the skins of the grapes.

Resveratrol is produced as part of a plants defense system and is an antibiotic to protect the plant against disease.  It is known for its ability to protect plants from bacteria and fungi.

Red wines have about 1.5 to 3 milligrams of resveratrol per liter.  It has tremendous health benefits, as well as a pleasurable taste.  Drinking a glass of red wine is highly recommended for patients that suffer heart problems, because it is proven to have different cleansing benefits.

The benefits of drinking red wine for the health are well known but they are increased, in an important way, with the Tannat red wines.  Another health benefit of resveratrol is that it limits the oxidation of LDL (low density lipoprotein) cholesterol.

Red wine usually lowers the risk of strokes or heart diseases because red wine seems to have a blood thinning side effect.  That finding may also explain the remarkable heart health of people who live in some regions of France where diets are soaked in saturated fats and regular drinking of red wine..

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