I bet THIS is going to turn out to be your new favorite “vitamin.” It’s a nutrient so much fun to get (yes, FUN) you won’t want to quit topping off your levels.
This single powerful natural therapy can help protect you from some of today’s BIGGEST and DEADLIEST health risks.
And one of the best ways to get it is to break out the bottle opener and pop the cork on your favorite red wine.
Because it’s Vitamin Wine to the rescue!
I’m sure you’ve heard about red wine’s not-so-secret ingredient by now. It’s a powerful age-fighting antioxidant called resveratrol.
But that’s NOT what this is all about.
New research reveals something even more powerful. A nutrient SO potent that in some ways it makes our old-favorite resveratrol look a bit like a Flintstone vitamin.
In fact, this discovery just might be the BIGGEST BENEFIT of red wine we’ve unearthed yet.
So go ahead… pour yourself a glass while we pore over some cutting-edge research.
Yet ANOTHER powerful benefit for red wine
A light to moderate booze habit by itself can be pretty healthy. One drink for the gals and up to two for the guys. And that’s true whether you like liquor, beer, or wine.
But if you love wine… especially RED wine… you’re getting something that all those other drinkers are missing out on.
You’re getting help where you need it most: deep inside your gut.
In what may be the most extensive study of its kind, researchers examined the guts of hundreds of twins and explored their drinking habits. One set of drinkers – and only one – had remarkable differences in the gut: People who liked red wine.
They had a MUCH higher number of bacteria in there. In other words, what scientists call better “diversity.”
This, more than any single type of bacteria, is one of the most important signs of a happy, healthy gut bug community. The greater your belly diversity, the better your digestion, and the better you absorb nutrients.
Slash disease risk with an occasional drink
More importantly, greater diversity leads to lower risks of major chronic health problems.
Red wine has higher levels of healthy polyphenols, which are known to help increase the numbers of good bacteria in the gut. They may even wipe out the bad ones.
And along with greater diversity, the folks in the study who enjoyed red wine had lower levels of cholesterol and a lower risk of obesity.
That’s of course, in addition to all of the OTHER potential benefits of a moderate drinking habit, including added protection from heart disease, dementia, and more.
Now, it goes without saying that the ONLY way to enjoy any kind of benefit from alcohol, including red wine, is to do so responsibly.
That means something different to everyone. But in general, that amounts to that one drink a day for women and two for men I mentioned earlier.
But don’t worry, you DON’T have to drink that often to get the benefits. In fact, in the new study, a single glass of red wine every other week was enough to deliver these incredible benefits.