Red wine - benefit or harm?

27 Feb 2012, 10:43
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Is red wine benefit or harm? Each of us had heard that red wine is good for your health. There are many popular recipes for wine ''healing". Let's try to figure out how useful red wine is, as well as how it can be.


The benefits of red wine: The ossicles of red grapes contain antioxidants - flavonoids. It is believed that flavonoids can help our heart, they reduce the level of harm and increase good cholesterol in the body, which greatly reduces the likelihood of developing a blood clot. Antioxidants in red grapes protects against gingiva disease.

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The skin of red grapes contain useful antioxidant, which prevents the destruction and death of nerve cells, which may help in the treatment of Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. Grape juice also has the abbility to reduce the risk of blood clots, but unlike wine it doesn't reduce blood cholesterol levels.


The harm of red wine: Drinking alcohol increases the risk of cancer. Red wine is strictly prohibited at a high level of triglycerides (a component of cholesterol), hypertension, coronary heart disease, pancreatitis, liver disease and depression. People drinking more than 300g of wine a day, more likely to develop hypertension, heart disease, stroke, pancreatitis, liver cirrhosis, certain cancers, occur more often suicides and accidents, children are born with congenital abnormalities. 


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Red wine is not a cure, though in some cases it may be beneficial. Don't look for healing in the wine. In a bid to make heart healthier, it is not necessary to get antioxidants out a glass of wine: they are present in sufficient quantities in fruits and vegetables. Increase the level of "good" cholesterol in the blood can be playing sports, controlling your weight and eating healthy and delicious food. By, the way, holidays and dating hasn't been cancelled!;)

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