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Wine is godliness!

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Are you still drinking a glass of wine?
The rich drink will help to preserve the heart and blood vessels.
As rich and healthy drinks have recognized it even before our ancestors thousands of years. The streams flowing at parties and large events in which a status symbol. But we will not talk about it. We advise only one glass of red wine a day. It will be enough to improve your blood test, but also reduces the occurrence of severe forms of disease.

The wine is soft and natural way to calm, and with it the anxiety and tension leads to a minimum. When you become part of daily diet gives the body extra amounts of energy, and small amounts of vitamins and minerals. It stimulates appetite and restores the natural balance of food and will drink a glass of red to help without draining your child lose weight. In addition, it can increase the good cholesterol - HDL, and reduce the bad - LDL cholesterol.

In this way, stimulates circulation, which prevents blood clots and reduce damage to blood vessels caused by fatty deposits. Moderate consumption of wine will act against the occurrence of any coronary disease in a way that keeps the arteries and improves blood circulation. Such actions make him substances that function as antioxidants (compounds that play an important role in protecting against free radicals).

The overall effect of wine on the human body based on the preservation of the circulatory system and strengthening the immune system. What's the big secret? In the compound called resveratrol that grapes and wine abound. It helps prevent the DNA mutations that lead to cancer.

Indeed, studies have shown that people from the Mediterranean region who regularly drank red wine had a lower risk for heart disease. You have the good fortune to live in the Mediterranean, find only a little will and variety that suits you. And after a long day and a heavy lunch, treat yourself to a glass of good wine.

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