Alcohol Free Wine For Cardiac Health
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and the world. Polyphenolics such as resveratrol found in the skin and seeds of red grapes and red wine are a staple of the Mediterranean diet where the lifespan is seven years longer than in the United States. Many physicians recommend the consumption of 1-2 glasses a day of Alcohol-Free Wine for Cardiac Health because its polyphenols reduce hypertension, atherosclerosis, blood clotting and other cardiovascular diseases.

Supporting Research

Polyphenols are a staple of the heart healthy Mediterranean diet where people live longer. Polyphenols from skin and seeds of red grapes are proven to reduce arterial fat deposits (LDL cholesterol & atherosclerosis) (J. Agric. Food Chem. 2004; 52:16:5297-5302), are vasodilators  lowering blood pressure (BP) (Circulation Research. 2012; 111:1065-1068), are anti-inflammatory, and reduce blood clot formation. Grape polyphenols improve immunity and insulin resistivity. Their powerful antioxidants scavenge free radicals involved in cancer prevention as well.  Alcohol produces free radicals.  Removing the alcohol from wine double’s red wine’s health benefit (Clinical Nutrition. 2013; 32:2:200-206).  Wine Health Boost® suggested use is 2 servings a day.  A two glass per day dose of grape wine polyphenols demonstrate BP reduction and cardiovascular disease prevention 63% better than controls and 47% better than alcoholic red wine.


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