Most people would agree that having a nice glass of either red or white wine is as good a way as any to enjoy a relaxing, entertaining evening with your friends or family. However, you should also consider the potential benefits to your health and nutrition from these famous beverages, and so we’ve outlined some of the main positives from drinking red and white wine here.
From red wine in particular, there is an element contained called resveratrol. Resveratrol is designed to prevent any damage to your blood vessels, reduce any bad cholesterol and also prevent blood clots. A recent study found that it has enzymes which degrade and break down any problematic cells. One would not think that red wine would contain something which could bring about such a real benefit to your blood stream, yet that really is the case when it comes to red wine and resveratrol. Red wine also contains elements which tackle rheumatoid arthritis by essentially taking control of your autoimmune responses.
White wine is just as beneficial to your health and nutrition. As well as containing aspects of resveratrol, white wine also features antioxidants, flavonoids and polyphenols, all of which serve different purposes as it pertains to improving your general health. In addition, while wine by its very nature is classified as an alcoholic beverage, both red and white wine is surprisingly low on alcohol traces, with white wine being slightly smaller than its red counterpart. Indeed, white wine has anywhere from 12.5-15% alcohol, but this figure drops for champagne and, for dry white wines made from Reisling, the alcohol level can be as low as 8-9%.
Also, both red and white wine have their fair share of minerals. Red wine contains the following traces of minerals: 10% of manganese; 5% of potassium; 4% of both iron and magnesium; 3 of phosphorus; and 1% of calcium, copper and zinc. In addition, white wine contains the following traces of minerals: 3% of magnesium, vitamin B6, vitamin B2 and Niacin, as well as 1% of riboflavin and also particles from iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and zinc, not to mention an average of only 2.6 carbohydrates for each serving. So, as you can see, there are a plethora of healthy elements to both red and white wine, all of which will boost your fitness and wellbeing in different ways and ensure that you look at these popular drinks in a different light in the future.
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