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  • Green tea, red wine could help treat genetic diseases

    Jerusalem: Compounds in green tea and in red wine may help block the formation of toxic molecules that cause severe developmental and mental disorders, and may help treat certain inborn congenital metabolic diseases, a study has found. Most people with inherited metabolic disorders are born with a defective gene that results in a critical enzyme deficiency.

  • First-ever 24-hour free wine fountain in Italy

    Rome: In most areas of the world, public drinking fountains expel tap water, but the newest public drinking fountain in Italy flows red with wine — and it’s free to the public.

  • ‘Sirt’ your way to shape

    The latest discovery to join the volatile dietscape is of course sirtfood, which seems the talking point of 2016 as a wholesome regime. Surprisingly, it claims to stand upon two focal ingredients, which are dark chocolate and red wine, which people usually think of as weight-decreasing elements. Already its contents are viral and much publicised in the Press. However, representatives of the food and beverage fraternity are still not completely satisfied with

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    Eco-friendly wine tastes better than red & white

    Washington DC: With green foods reigning supreme in recent years, it seems only natural that green drinks should too, but unfortunately, eco-wines come with a stigma that they suck, reports ANI. Now, science shows that eco-certified wines are not only good for the environment, but also taste better and are much cheaper.

  • Cheers! Red wine can offset effects of high fat diet

    New York: Giving red wine lovers a new reason to celebrate, researchers have found that an compound in this drink could help counteract the negative impact of high fat/high sugar diets. The findings, published in the journal Frontiers in Physiology, point to the health benefit of resveratrol, which occurs naturally in blueberries, raspberries, mulberries, grape skins and consequently in red wine.

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    Red wine compound may help prevent memory loss

    Washington: A compound found in common foods such as red grapes and peanuts may help prevent age-related decline in memory, according to an Indian-origin researcher.