Red wine is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world.
It is also the most expensive.
So what are the pros and cons of red wine?
Let’s take a look.
In theory, red wine should help you feel energised and energized for the rest of your day.
It contains antioxidants, and has the ability to improve your immune system, improve your mood, and improve your energy levels.
But is it really as effective as you think?
According to a recent study published in the Journal of Food Science, red wines were more than twice as expensive as white wines.
When it comes to red wine and energy, the answer is no.
According the researchers, the reason is simple: red wine contains high amounts of alcohol and caffeine, which can actually make your body less energetic.
Furthermore, according to the study, the higher alcohol content of red wines reduces the levels of vitamins and minerals in the bloodstream.
And red wine can also contain a range of potentially harmful substances.
Here are the five worst things about red wine.
Red wine can increase blood pressure, heart rate and cholesterol levelsThe study looked at 24 people who drank a daily average of 7.4 liters (21 gallons) of red, white and white-flavored water from one of four companies.
The participants consumed the beverages three times a day.
The researchers then measured the participants blood pressure and heart rate using an electrocardiogram (ECG) to see how much blood was flowing to their heart.
The blood pressure was found to be elevated in those who consumed the highest amounts of red and white wine.
They also found that the participants with the highest blood pressure had the highest concentrations of cholesterol and LDL (bad) cholesterol.
The people who consumed red and red-flavoured water had lower levels of these fats.
Red wines contain caffeineCoffee can make you feel more alert and energised.
But the caffeine can also have some negative side effects.
Caffeine, the active ingredient in coffee, is known to raise blood pressure.
It also increases blood sugar levels.
This can cause your blood sugar to spike and lead to an insulin response.
The researchers found that people who drink red and green coffee have the highest levels of insulin, which increases the amount of insulin in the body.
Red Wine can lead to stomach discomfortCoffees are known to make your stomach hurt.
But a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that red wine has been found to cause stomach pain in people.
A study in a large Swedish population was also done, which found that drinkers of red or red-colored wines have a higher risk of developing stomach pain than those who drink white or white-colored wine.
It’s estimated that the number of cases of stomach pain linked to red wines is about 4,500 per year.
Red food colourings and flavourings can be harmfulCoffeyred wine can cause people to have headaches, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and other unpleasant symptoms.
And red wine flavourings are thought to have negative effects on our immune system.
Researchers found that those who drank red wine with a high concentration of flavouring contained more harmful chemicals in the food.
These chemicals include polyphenols (elements that help us regulate our immune systems), vitamins and antioxidants, which may cause your immune cells to become less effective and less likely to recognise foreign invaders.
They could also increase your risk of cancer.
Red and red food colouring and flavouring can increase your chances of developing diabetesThis is known as ‘hyperglycemia’.
It’s caused by the high level of sugars in the blood, and is known for its effect on your body.
The higher sugar levels in the system, the more energy you need to use.
When you consume a lot of sugar, your body produces more sugar in the form of sugar-rich carbohydrates.
As a result, you are more likely to gain weight and develop diabetes.
And if you consume red and brown coloured food, this is one more way you are likely to have trouble managing your blood sugars.
What can you do to make sure your wine is as good as it’s cracked up to be?
Take a look at the top tips below.
Red wine is expensiveRed wine, whether it’s made in France or Italy, costs a fortune.
According to the research, a 750ml bottle of red can cost you around £1,200, while a 400ml bottle costs around £500.
So how can you make the most of a good wine?
Red wine drinkers need to eat a diet high in fruits, vegetables, nuts and pulses.
They need to drink lots of water.
If you’re not eating these things, red and purple wine is a no-go.