9 Benefits of Wine: For Your Health

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*This article for anybody over 21, just to give a heads up!*

It's undisputable that drinking wine is fun. But futhermore, is also brings numerous benefits for our health. Do you want to know some? Discover them here!


Improves Your Memory

A little bit of wine helps retain information, at least for the short term, due to the benefical effects of resveratrol.


Prevents Cataract

A moderate wine consumption and a diet rich of antioxidants help prevent cataracts, the main cause for the loss of sight for older people.


Diminishes Caries

The natural antioxidants in the wine reduce the bacteria on your dental plaque and help prevent annoying and expenisve tooth decay.


Good for the Heart

Wine prevents occurances of coronial diseases, because it decreases low-density lipoproteins (bad cholesterol) and increases high-density lipoproteins (good cholesterol.)


Moderates Fat and Cholesterol

Certain components of wine block the devlopment of fat cells. In combination with a healthy diet this helps to lose weight.


Reduces Risk of Cancer

Some studies have shown promising results, when it comes to slow down the development of lung cancer, but also at preventing certain types of skin cancer.


Maintains Our Youth

The anitoxidants in red wine help improve the skin's appearance. In fact, there are a lot of beauty treatments based on the compoenents of wine.


Increases Lust

An Italian study from 2009 claims a potential relation between the nutriments of red wine and a higher sexual activity. However, it's a great aphrodisiac. 


Beats the Stress

The antioxidants in the wine also are a great stress reliever. A physiological reaction that worsens our physical and emotional health at excessive consume.


*The emphasized benefits in this infographic only show under moderate wine consumption. The WHO (World Health Organization) advises to not exceed the daily consumption of two glasses of wine for men and one glass for women. For a salutary life you should maintain a healthy diet, exercise regularly and drink in moderation.*