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Easy New Year’s Resolutions: Pour on the Red Wine!

Red Wine: Healthy Resolutions 2013You can protect your heart and even drop a few pounds by making the switch from white wine to red. Now, that’s a resolution you can easily keep!

 

A favorite Zinfandel or Pinot Noir, like most red wines, contain antioxidants that lower cholesterol; resveratrol (a natural compound found in red-grape skins) helps regulate blood sugar, ward off memory disorders, and inhibit not only cancer cells from forming but fat cells, too.

 

Of course, too much of a good thing is a bad thing when it comes to wine, so limit yourself to two glasses a day.

 

Cheers! (Click here for a delicious recipe for Chicken and Mushroom in Red Wine.)

 

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New Year’s resolutions you can keep! Every day in January, we’re bringing you healthy (often surprising) tips that are easy to incorporate into your regular diet.

 

You can find all our easy-to-keep resolutions published to date by clicking here.

 

 

 

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