Alcohol-free red wine may help to lower blood pressure levels to a greater extent than wine containing alcohol, according to new research that suggests the boozeless drink could cut heart disease and stroke risks.
Drinking more than three glasses of red wine a week could cut the
risk of colorectal cancer by almost 70 per cent, researchers told
the 71st Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of
Gastroenterology in Las Vegas.
Served straight from the barrel in the mosaic clad bars of Madrid,
Spain's favourite apertif is not only good for the spirit, say
scientists, but could also have the same oft-reported heart health
benefits seen with red wine.
A polyphenol extract made from selected red grapes from the south
of France has been shown to signficantly reduce lipid deposits in
arteries, and produced a greater effect than red wine, reports its
US food scientists have shown that the hot beverage cocoa contains
more antioxidants per cup than a similar serving of red wine or
tea, much touted for their disease-fighting potential. This could
make cocoa a healthier option than...
Researchers in Australia claim that drinking beer can be just as
good for your health as red wine. In a study on male volunteers,
the scientists found that antioxidant levels increased after
drinking red wine and beer, but less so...
The polyphenols in red wine have already been shown to help lower
the risk of heart disease, but the latest research from Spain - one
of Europe's largest wine producing nations - shows that it can also
help fight the onset of...
Much has been said about the health benefits of red wine
consumption, including the positive effect it can have on heart
health. Now new research from Spain has shown that red wine can
also help fight that most common of ailments,...