Sunday, March 15, 2015

Red Wine a little helps a lot.

 Moderate alcohol intake—perhaps red wine especially—is associated with health and long life, This appears to be the standing thought from many health experts today.

  Light drinking in general—up to a drink a day for women, and two for men—is known to be good for you. It’s associated with lower risk for coronary artery disease, diabetes, congestive heart failure and stroke. With most experts agreeing that red wine takes the first place. Red wine is clearly the drink of choice if you are doing light to moderate drinking for your health, and daily consumption just before or with the evening meal may be the most protective pattern.

 So this brings us to the next question. Are all Red wines equal in their health benefits or does a top of the line Red wine have more of what your looking for over a lower cost Red wine?