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According to research conducted by theUniversity of Alberta in Canada, drinking one glass of wine a day is equivalent to one hour of physical activity. Researchers have found that red wine contains a substance known as resveratrol, through which it provides benefits similar to those obtained after an hour at the gym. It’s not about giving up sports for good, but taking advantage of the properties of grapes without overdoing it. In fact, just drinking one glass of red wine a day can prevent heart disease, increase muscle strength and regulate blood circulation.

Despite being one of the oldest beverages in the world, the benefits of red wine have only recently been discovered. In the past it was mainly used for entertainment, relaxation and accompanying meals. Today it is also used to treat diseases and disorders such as diabetes, dementia, and osteoporosis. Wine also serves to regulate tobacco-induced damage to blood vessels, either through relaxation or vasodilation

The leader of the research team, Jason Dyck, recommended having a glass of wine to accompany lunch or dinner, without overdoing it with the excuse that it is good for your health. Moreover, experts point out that these kinds of benefits come only from red wine, which could become a complement to the exercise program.

Red wine is made from the must of dark grapes, which are harvested from the vines during the grape harvest. Wine processing is completed with maceration, must, fermentation, filtration, clarification and finally bottling. It is also good for health because it contains polyphenols, which come from the grape skin and seeds, which protect the heart.

One idea might be to alternate gym days with wine drinking days. Research also establishes that drinking a glass of wine every night and continuing to lead a sedentary life does not help the body or the organism at all.

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