Mental agility. 70 recent scientific studies showed that moderate wine consumption improves cognitive function and mental alertness. Furthermore, ingesting small doses prevents dementia, as shown by a study of the Swedish Academy Sahlgrenska based on 1,500 women followed up for 34 years. Possibly because the wine antioxidants reduce inflammation, prevent hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) and inhibit clotting, thereby improving blood flow to our thinking organ, as concluded an analysis published in the Acta Neurologica Scandinavica.
Antigrease. Wine consumption active SIRT1 gene, which prevents the formation of new fat cells and helps mobilize existing, as demonstrated scientific Institute of Technology (MIT) in a study published in Nature. Jobs released in the Archives of Internal Medicine concluded that, although alcohol contains 7 calories per gram, its effects on metabolism make drinking wine moderately reduce obesity and overweight as they age. The optimal daily dose, according to research, would be 40 grams of alcohol a day.
Exercise. Research published in the FASEB Journal, suggests that grapes effectively counteracts the negative effects of a sedentary lifestyle on the body. The scientists conducted their experiments several rats undergoing a sedentary environment and limiting their movements. A group of mice was provided resveratrol. So noted that only the animals that did not consume this wine ingredient they began to develop low muscle mass and strength and bone showed weakness.
Healthy teeth. Both white wine as red wine prevent tooth decay, according to a recent Italian study. Gabriella Gazzani and colleagues at the University of Pavia found that the ancient custom of treating gum infections and avoid wine, thus the tooth decay has a scientific basis. According kept awake in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, the beverage slows growth of streptococci from the mouth linked to cavities, gingivitis and sore throat bacteria.