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Top Five Health Reasons To Drink Wine Regularly

Tom Lloyd

Are you looking for plausible reasons to justify a daily indulgence of one to two glasses of wine? How about considering five salient reasons instead of glasses? Apart from the intoxicating buzz and the effervescent charm it brings, a regular intake of red wine boasts some undeniable health benefits. Numerous studies have delved into the health impact of moderate red wine consumption, with some noteworthy findings reported by the erudite team at the Oregon State University's College of Agricultural Studies featured in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.


Protection Against Alzheimer's: Resveratrol, an antioxidant, has a good capacity to defend against cell loss and to mitigate the symptoms of age-related mental deterioration.


Revamp Your Training Regime: While the act of raising a glass may shed minimal calories, the true benefit lies in resveratrol, a compound evidenced to enhance physical stamina and muscle power. This element also presents ancillary cardiac advantages akin to physical workouts. However, bear in mind that the gains are relatively insignificant, hence maintaining your gym membership remains crucial.


Cancer Fighting: Researchers aren't sure how, but according to the Australian Cancer Society, another potent antioxidant in red wine known as quercetin acts against cancer cells. It aids in the induction of normal cell death in some tumors, most notably colon cancer.


The Fountain of Youth: Red wine fans have a 34% lower death rate than beer and vodka drinkers.
In this analysis, resveratrol was identified as the compound responsible for the longevity benefits.
Although researchers agree that any diet high in polyphenols will help combat chronic disease, red wine has a higher concentration than other foods.


Improved sex life: Red wine increases blood supply to specific, er, body parts. According to an Italian poll, women who consumed more than two glasses of wine a day had higher sex drive than abstainers, whereas men who drank red wine had higher levels of testosterone, which is associated with having a high sex drive, according to a 2012 report.