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7 Reasons why you should drink a glass of wine everyday

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By Angeli Robles, Vigorbuddy.com |

 

Weight Loss

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Research indicates that wine might be the key to weight loss because of its appetite suppressing effect. The wine acids prevent the growth of fat cells and prevent new ones from forming, however one should not exceed one glass a day. The recommended amount of wine you should intake is only a glass of five-ounce wine for women and two five-ounce glass for men.

 

 

Stay Young

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By drinking a glass of wine daily will make you look and feel younger because of its high polyphenols and other anti-oxidants that aging. You will also keep your brain sharp because of its compounds that reduce inflammation.

 

 

Keep your heart Healthy

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Resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant in red wine; protects you against the development of chronic diseases and keeps your heart healthy. Wine also improves cardiovascular health that lowers the risk of stroke, ischemic heart disease and high cholesterol.

 

 

Prevent Cancer

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According to research, red wine can lower the risk of bowel tumors by up to 50 percent. Because of its high antioxidant content, wine helps prevent the formation, progression and growth of cancer cells that reduce the risk of people who drink red wine to get bowel and lung cancer compared to those who don’t.

 

 

Ward off Mental Disorder

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Recent studies have found that the key component in wine improves blood flow to the brain and reduces the stickiness of blood platelets. Thus, also improves short term memory and boost cognitive function preventing dementia.

 

 

Promotes Longevity

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Research shows that resveratrol wards off diseases and fights aging.

 

 

Boost Immunity

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According to studies a daily glass of wine can help you fight off cold and stay healthy all year round.

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