Nowadays, red wine has gained popularity all over the world. It is also an important agent in the European diet. However, questions arise whether the wine is really a deteriorating source of our health? Should we really consume it?

In facts, it contains about only 10-15% of alcohol. It also contains many antioxidants like quercetin and resveratrol. These oxidants play an important role in benefitting the health of the consumer. Research have shown that people who consume red wine moderately can experience a lot of health benefits like the extension of lifespan, lower risks of heart disease, cancer and diabetes and reduced threat of getting a stroke.In a recent research, it has been proved that people who drink wine around 150 ml per day have 32% lower heart risk than the nondrinkers. Researchers from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel conducted an experiment on type-2 diabetes patients(In type-2 diabetes body doesn’t use insulin properly). In the research, they concluded that people who drank wine had a significant increment in the good HDL cholesterol than the group which drank water. Similarly, the red wine group also experienced the significant drop in the metabolic syndrome.

Most of the researches which have favored the use of red wine moderately. However, high intake of red wine results in severe health disorders like increased depression, blood pressure, and other heart diseases.

Now, should you really drink red wine?

If you have retained the habit of drinking red wine than you can drink it without any restrictions, but with some limitations. However, if you haven’t still tasted the wine then you need to consider a question before moving ahead. Can I control the regular amount of daily intake? If the answer is YES! then go ahead and enjoy the cheers.

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Drinking Red Wine
There are a lot of benefits of drinking red wine. After all should we really embrace it?
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