Does a glass of red wine a day keep breast cancer away?

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Diseases are fought first of all at the table! Women who drink moderate amounts of red wine every day are more likely to avoid breast cancer.

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Diseases are fought first of all at the table! Women who drink moderate amounts of every day Red wine are more likely to avoid the breast cancer.





This was revealed by an American study published in the "Journal of Women's Health"By a group of researchers from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center of Los Angeles, according to which the chemical substances contained in the seeds and skins ofRed grapes they help to slightly reduce estrogen levels and increase testosterone levels, especially among pre-menopausal women. And this produces a reduction in the risk of getting breast tomore.

Indeed, in recent years, numerous international studies had already discovered beneficial and antioxidant properties of red wine, provided it is naturally consumed in moderate quantities.

A discovery that clearly contrasts with the beliefs of past years that saw in wine, and in alcoholic beverages in general, a cause of the birth of cancer cells.

But how did they come to these conclusions?
American researchers have tested a group of pre-menopausal women who had consumed a large glass of red wine (in detail Cabernet Sauvignon) every night, for a consecutive month, and another group of the same age who had consumed white wine (Chardonnay) instead.
Result? Only women who regularly drank moderate doses of Red wine they recorded lower estrogen levels and higher testosterone values.



"If you have the opportunity to have a glass of wine with dinner, consider a glass of red wine" - advised Chrisandra Shufelt, researcher at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and co-author of the study.

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