Red wine gets another tick

by Catherine Packer July 21, 2016

Red wine gets another tick

With another positive outcome from a recent study, a glass of red wine receives a big tick as apart of a healthy lifestyle.

The study was performed using a group of diabetic patients who generally abstained from alcohol. This study showed that when having a glass of red wine it led to healthier blood fat profiles, including more 'good' cholesterol compared with 'bad'.

The article also mentions that some individuals whose bodies broke down alcohol slowly also achieved better blood sugar control. 

The same benefits were not seen with white wine, which suggests that it was the plant compound found in red wine that were important.

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