The past has been talking about good effects on Red Wine Health, which include heart attack and diabetes risk reduction.
According to BBC news, a research has shown that the chemicals found in Red Wine ‘polyphins’ help reduce the hazardous health bacteria found in the mouth. These help bacteria fight against dental and acne diseases.
However, experts have warned that the result of this study does not mean that people have got the waiver of drinking more alcohol.
How Red Wine can help to prevent dental diseases?
Many popular news sites break the research that shows “A glass of wine a day keeps the dentist away”.
Professor Naveed Sattar, a doctor that was member of research team said that:
“There is no good evidence that drinking wine per se is overall good for health – on the contrary, more and more evidence from other sources now suggests the less wine or alcoholic drinks, the lower the risks of range of disease and the lower the mortality risks.
“People should not treat this message as wine is important for good health, but it is found through evidence that Red-wine helps teeth growth and stops from tooth decay. By the way taking more alcohol is harmful for health.”
Earlier research studies showed that the advantages of polyphylene are obtained when they form an anti-oxidant in the body and prevent body from harmful particles.
However, the recent study also shows that polynesides can be used to improve health combined with beneficial bacteria in the intestines.
In this study published in Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, scientists also reviewed that these polynesides are also beneficial for the health of mouth.
Researchers compare the patterns of Red Poline’s two polynesis and vineyards seeds and red wine on a bacterium sticking to teeth and gums. This bacteria cause dental dirt, tooth bone and acne diseases.
The results came out that polyphysils and strains restricted bacteria’s ability to its cells.
Research results say it will make a new procedure in dental treatment.
Where do Polynesils meet?
Polyphins are very high in Red Wine, but they get some other drinks and meals. Read more