Revealed: Why red wine isn't as healthy as you thought

Why red wine isn't the healthy drink you thought it was.

Compounds found in red wine make aged or aging cells look and behave like younger cells. This research will be paramount in helping people age better and reduce the degenerative problems that people endure when growing older.

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However, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Inc. (USA) has published the limitations to the health benefits of wine. They found that:

  • Alcohol has a strong link to prostate cancer and breast cancer

What did we learn? You’re better off consuming grapes, peanuts, dark chocolate, blueberries, cranberries, grape juice, and pistachios for the health benefits of red wine. I guess if you’re taking red wine, just drink it for fun or because it goes really well with dinner.

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