Why a Little Glass of Wine Each Day is Good for Health

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The benefits of wine are already well known as heart healthy, helps you to lose weight, boost your memory and reduce forgetfulness, increase your immunity, and strengthen your bones and cartilage by mineral enrichment. Wine is one of the special drinks that are enjoyed by many people of different culture in a different part of the world. Recently many researches by many nutrient experts found that wine has many positive effects on us, so drinking wine up to a normal physiological amount can be helpful for you. Let’s see how wine can be good for your health.

1. Wine act as booster for memory 
It is found that wine could be helpful to preserve our memory. When nutrient researchers conducted a memory examination for two categories of women in their 70s, one category of women those who drink wine regularly in a normal amount and the second category of women those who drink less or not at all, nutrient expert found that first category of women have better quality of memory than the second category. This can be explained as because wine helps prevent micro blood clots in the cerebral arteries and reduce much inflammation in blood vessels as both of these are related to the cognitive decline and heart disease, explains Tedd Goldfinger, DO, of the University Of Arizona School Of Medicine. Wine has an effect on our physiological system as it helps to raise HDL, also known as good cholesterol, which helps unclog our arteries.

2. Help to lose extra weight 
Many scientific studies found that people those who drink wine daily or on a regular basis have less extra fat than those who drink occasionally; people who are drinking wine on the normal physiologic level have narrower waists and less abdominal fat than people who drink wine as because wine help to burn fat by increasing metabolic rate especially after the meal. Wine increase the metabolic rate of our body to burn extra calories in our biological system for around two hours after drinking a glass of wine.

3. Boost our body defense mechanisms
In one the famous British study, it is found that those people who drink about roughly a glass of wine in a day have 15% less chance to get infected by bacteria like Helicobacter pylori which is one of the major cause of many gastrointestinal diseases like gastritis, ulcers, and stomach cancers. A glass of wine after a meal helps to kill many harmful microorganisms like salmonella. Many scientific studies found that people who drink wine have a better immune system than those people who don’t drink. But drinking an excessive amount of wine can have a negative influence on our physiological system.

4. Wine has anticancer property 
Australian researchers recently found that women who drink a glass of wine daily are less prone to ovarian cancer than those who don’t drink. Statistical analysis found that women who drink one glass wine daily are 50% less prone to ovarian cancer in compared to those women who don’t drink. Earlier research at the University of Hawaii concluded the same results. There is no well-proved theory to explain why wine has anti-cancer but many experts suspect that this may be due to antioxidants or phytoestrogens, which are anticancer agents and these agents, are only prevalent in wine and in a recent scientific study of University of Michigan found that there is a special component in a red wine that helped to kill ovarian cancer cells in a test tube. For women especially after 30, it is very good to drink a glass of red wine daily.

5. Mineralized our bones
Many recent scientific statistical analysis found that on an average, women who drink a glass of wine daily seem to have higher bone mass than who don’t, this is because wine help in absorption of minerals and decrease the capacity of demineralization as wine appears to increase the estrogen levels; the hormone which slow the destruction of old bone.

6. Prevent Diabetes
According to a 10-year study by Harvard Medical School premenopausal women who drink two glass of wine, a day is 40 percent less prone to diabetes type 2 in compared to women who don’t drink. Still, there is no concrete theory to explain these reasons.

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