Here’s Our Top 3 Healthiest Types of Wine, According to Dietitians
Largeman-Roth insists on the anti-inflammatory benefits we can get from all types of wine. However, red wine is reportedly higher in resveratrol (the anti-inflammatory compound) because it’s fermented with grape skins longer than its white or rose alternatives.
Research shows that red wines such as cabernet sauvignon and pinot noir have the highest concentration of resveratrol antioxidants. As we’ve already found out earlier on, this substance also promotes long-term heart health, so all there’s left to say is ‘Cheers!’
I don’t know about you, but for me nothing compares to the sound of adding ice-cold sparkling water on top of a good wine on a hot, summer day. Not only is this a great way to stretch your alcohol serving, but it also helps you reduce your sugar and calorie intake.
Perhaps the most popular option right now is the classic Aperol Spritz, but there are plenty of alternatives you can try out right at home. This guide on making wine spritzers might be a great way to start!
What’s your favorite way to enjoy this delicious beverage? Let us know in the comment section and we’ll drop you a secret tip in return!
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