Mayur Deshpande
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Nutritional Supplements Library Wine

Nutritional Supplements Library




Essentially, Wine is fermented grape juice; the fact is any fruit containing sugar will turn to alcohol if you leave it to ferment. In the process of fermentation, yeast converts the sugar into alcohol. Yeast is found all over the place, and in the wild it lands on the skins of grapes; hence, when grape juice is left to sit about in the wild, that yeast will mix with it and ferment it naturally.

What is the basic difference between Red and White Wine?

Most people believe that green grapes make white wine and red grapes make red wine. That is largely true, but you should know that white wine could also be made from red grapes. First, the variety of grapes makes them different. Red wine is derived from grapes with dark skin (e.g. Shiraz, Merlot, Pinot Noir), and white wine is derived from grapes with light skin (e.g. Chardonnay, Semillon, Riesling). The second difference is that the juice (must) is left in contact with the skins for red wine to extract colour and tannin. The red color in red wine is created by allowing the fleshy interior to mix with the pulpy (red) skins when it is being crushed. This process infuses red wines with "tannin," an ingredient that gives red wine its distinctive flavor. So you can make white wine with red grapes - like White Zinfandel, a fine white wine made from a grape with a decidedly red exterior - but not red wine with green grapes.

What is the effective dosage of wine supplementation?

The effective dosage for wine is 4 oz (114ml) per day.

What are the benefits of wines supplementation?

• Wine increases the level of HDL(good for heart) cholesterol.
• It reduces blood clotting.
• It is very powerful anti-oxidant.
• It enhances immune system.

What are the side effects of wines supplementation?

Wines have been used for health reasons since ancient times. It is very safe in moderations.
• Pregnant women shouldn't drink alcohol in any form. It can harm the baby seriously, including causing birth defects.
• The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warn that people who take aspirin regularly should not drink alcohol.
• Drinking more alcohol increases such dangers as alcoholism, high blood pressure, obesity, stroke, breast cancer, suicide and accidents.