Today I have a treat for you.
You see, oftentimes when talking about healthy living, you get nagged to eat healthy stuff that you don’t really like and breaking more sweat than you’d really want to.
But today is different. Today I’m going to tell you about a drink most of us love. But many of us hesitate to have too often.
No more hesitation.
Because a new study has proven this drink to be extremely beneficial to both kidneys and overall cardiovascular health. It’s been repeatedly proven to lower blood pressure and help prevent stroke and heart attack.
The research team in University of Colorado-Denver collected data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination survey for the period of 2003 to 2006.
Of the 5852 participants analyzed, the prevalence of chronic kidney disease was significantly lower in those who consumed at least one glass of wine a day, compared to non-wine-drinkers.
Taking this a step further, among the 1031 participants who already had chronic kidney disease, drinking at least one glass of wine a day seemed to protect them from the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Since kidney diseases and heart diseases share common risk factors, patients with kidney diseases who drink a moderate amount of wine can possible keep heart diseases abbey.
This research study by no means suggests that non-drinkers suffering from kidney disease should start drinking wine as medicine. And you should limit yourself to 1-2 glasses maximum. Anything more can cause more harm than good.
And again NO – drinking margarita or sipping a beer has not been shown to have any similar health benefits as wine (we get this question a lot).
And just to spoil the fun. Other studies have clearly proven that non-alcoholic wine is just as healthy – maybe even better – than regular wine.
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