Wine: a priceless friend of heart…

The beneficial effect of wine has to do with the antioxidants components that contains. Researches made and compared the beneficial effects of various antioxidants juice with the juice of the grape have shown that antioxidants present in grapes have a much more pronounced cardioprotective effect. Indeed, the beneficial effects are concentrated in red wine which boasts the antioxidant resveratrol. It is an herbal ingredient found in grape skins and even the pine trees, the eucalyptus, to peanuts and beans and the plants produce to defend themselves.
The content of resveratrol in wine is related to the duration of the grape skins during the fermentation process. The longer the skins during fermentation, so there resveratrol in wine. Recent studies have shown that the main beneficial effect of wine is focused on increasing good cholesterol HDL, which removes the bad LDL, while removing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Also, red wine increases diastolated vessels and reduces stress, which plays a key role in reducing the various actors involved in the formation of clots and clog arteries.