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The Healthiest Wine Choices

Many of us like to relax at the end of the day with a glass of wine. But is this treat unhealthy? There are no nutrition labels to look at so how are you supposed to know? You can find information supporting the health benefits and risks, but most studies agree that 1 glass of wine a day can be a part of a healthy lifestyle. What makes wine healthy? Today, we are going to look at the 4 healthiest wines and why you should choose them!

• Pinot Noir- contains the highest amount of resveratrol, which protects from oxidative stress and free radical damage, can lower the affects of aging, and has a positive effect on estrogen.

• Syrah/Shiraz- has been known to promote healthy cholesterol levels and help prevent coronary heart disease

• Cabernet- contain very high levels of procyanidins, an antioxidant that improves cardiovascular and arterial health

• Merlot- contains several vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, that contain heart-healthy benefits

Tips on choosing a healthier red wine-

1. Choose red, all the above wines are red wines. The darker red, the better.

2. Choose one with an alcohol percentage between 11-14%

3. Choose organic or “sustainably farmed” wines, to lower the risk of pesticides you are exposed to

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