An abundance of evidence from the past 20 years makes it clear that red wine, in moderation, could be considered a liquid food cure. The main factors responsible are the phytonutrients (plant-based compounds) that are floating invisibly within red wine. Long noted for empowering the heart, a new study has found that red wine could improve lung function as well.
Researchers from the Netherlands assessed the impact of wine on the lungs and, in particular, resveratrol. This natural polyphenol is found in great quantities within red wine. Continue reading