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What are the benefits to drink wine

Updated: Jul 7, 2023



Introduction

This study of drinking advantages of wine helps their further readers to understand what are those benefits that individual can easily achieve by consuming Wine on a daily basis. However, wines help to secure healthy benefits but one also should know about the difference between moderate consumption and excessive consumption.


Discussion

Wines are generally extracted from grape juice where the darker the grapes are the richer they are with antioxidants which help to fight ageing signs on skin. Wines are full with resveratrol and proanthocyanins which helps to maintain the human body healthy and fit. As stated by Juaneda-Ayensa et al., (2019), red wines are mostly made out from high-fibre Tempranillo red grapes to produce certain kinds of red wines known as Rioja which helps to reduce bad cholesterol level. If human bodies are continuously raising this bad cholesterol then it could affect the blood vessels which make it difficult for blood to flow through the arteries. Therefore, it can be said an individual who consumes a proper measure of red wine has lower chances of blockage in their arteries.

As red wines are also full with polyphenols which prevent blood vessels from unwanted clotting it helps to maintain the heart healthy. In addition, it also needs to be maintained that red wine not only helps to reduce heart disease but a good measure of wine can also prevent cancer cells from the human body (Studer, 2020). As per observation from the research it seems that regular and moderate consumption of red wine can damage certain kinds of cancers including colon, ovarian, basal cell and prostate carcinoma.


Conclusion on drinking wine

Wines are therefore considered as healthy medicine where from the traditional age it helps humans to control many kinds of disease and human cancer cells. Thus, it can be said that an individual could maintain healthy benefits where they can keep themselves fit with the help of varieties of wine.

References

Juaneda-Ayensa, E., Olarte-Pascual, C., Reinares-Lara, E. and Reinares-Lara, P., (2019). The “right” wine taster: Identifying individuals high in emergent nature to develop new market-oriented products. British Food Journal.


Studer, N.S., (2020). The same drink?: Wine and absinthe consumption and drinking cultures among French and Muslim groups in nineteenth-century Algeria. In Alcohol Flows Across Cultures (pp. 20-43). Routledge.


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