Monroe, Washington (PRWEB) June 29, 2013
Few people feel worse after drinking wine, it is, after all, a pleasant beverage to drink. Cellars Wine Club's article explains that not all of wine's good effects are temporary; moderate wine drinking promotes lasting health benefits, says the article. In all, they cite 5 different benefits can be had by drinking wine in moderation.
Firstly, the article is sure to mention that wine can reduce heart attack risk, saying, “According to a 2007 Harvard University study, moderate wine drinkers who had high blood pressure were 30 percent less likely to have a heart attack than non-drinkers with high blood pressure. In addition, a 2006 study by London’s Queen University found that red wines that contain procyanidins (especially the wines from Sardinia and southwest France) helped to protect individuals from developing heart disease.”
Cellars Wine Club also mentions that the definition of “moderate wine consumption”, according to the American Heart Association, should be defined as one to two, four-ounce, glasses per day.
The article also explains that colon cancer risk and mental ability decline can both be lessened by moderate wine consumption. Cellars Wine Club is also careful to cite the proper studies for each of their claims, enabling proper investigation should the reader choose to do so.
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