If you have a heart attack or have a fever or cough, you can get a red wine sauce to help fight those conditions.
And if you have asthma, it may help you reduce your symptoms.
“If you have an asthma attack, the red wine can help you breathe, it can help with breathing, it’s also a great source of antioxidants, which can be important for your asthma,” says Dr. Sarah Jansen, associate professor of medicine and epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
And if you’ve ever had a cold, it could also help with those symptoms.
“It can also be a great help to mask the cold and make you feel better, as well,” she says.
So if you’re looking for a red sauce to combat the symptoms of a cold or an asthma or other allergy, you may want to look for a vegan red.
And even if you are, it might be best to steer clear of red wine if you already have a cold.
“For those who don’t have a history of allergies, I don’t recommend it.
You’re going to get more than one dose of this,” Jansen says.
But if you do have allergies, Jansen cautions against avoiding red wine for a cold unless you have been told otherwise.
“If you’re allergic to red wine and you’re really sick and you don’t want to take a red, you’re not going to do it,” she advises.
If you think you may have an allergy, Jansons says you should call your doctor and have it tested for allergies.
“Then you’ll know if you need to go out and get a bottle,” she adds.
If your allergy is mild, you could try an alternative to red.
But if you think red wine might be too much, Jansson says to limit the amount of red in your diet.
“That’s one of the big risks of red,” she explains.
“That’s because there’s so much of it.
And red wine tends to be high in sugar and high in fat.
It also has the same anti-inflammatory properties.”
If you feel really sick, you should probably limit your consumption of red.
“Red is so strong in the body that you’re going not going out to eat it for several hours a day,” Jansson adds.
So what is a vegan version of red?
Well, Jensen says the word vegan is a misnomer.
“You could also call it something else,” she cautions.
“But for those who want to be really healthy, there are a lot of great options out there.”
Here are a few to look out for.
Jansen says red wine vinegar, made from grapes, has antioxidant properties that are very good for you.
But it also has anti-bacterial properties, which are also very good.
And a recent study from the University at Buffalo found that red wine with the vinegar can help to fight allergies.
So, if you don´t want to make a vegan wine sauce, it´s probably a good idea to try out other red wines instead.
The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology recommends against red wine in the diet.
Jansen also says that if you really need to reduce your inflammation and cough, try out some of the vegan red wines you may be able to find in grocery stores.
And, as for red wine that contains more than two teaspoons of sugar per 1/3 cup, you probably won´t be getting the nutrition you need.
“You don’t need to eat more than 2 tablespoons of red grapes, so if you`re not going nuts with that, then it’s fine,” Jansens says.
“It`s definitely not going into your bloodstream, so it won’t be causing any serious health effects.”
However, if there are side effects, such as an allergic reaction, then that`s going to be the last thing you want to do.
“And even if red wine doesn’t trigger allergies, you might want to consider a vegan diet if you suffer from one.
Jansson recommends avoiding red grapes and other fruits and vegetables, including blackberries, blueberries and strawberries.
Jansons also suggests avoiding red meat.
If you don`t have any allergies, don’t put red meat in your mouth or eat it raw.
But she caution, “You can put it in the fridge for a day or two.”
And as for any other red wine ingredients, you won´d need to ask your doctor before you consume them.