Red Wine Helps Reduced Breast Cancer

As we know, regular alcohol consumption can increase the risk of breast cancer. However, this does not apply to red wine. According to researchers this wine has a precisely opposite effect if consumed in moderation.
This study describes the chemical substances contained in seeds and skins of red wine can reduce the levels of estrogen and raise testosterone levels in women who have not experienced menopause. In other words, this will reduce the risk of breast cancer.
The study involved 36 women who have not experienced menopause. They were divided into 2 groups. The first group drank red wine were the second group was given white wine. The study took a month and in the subsequent months, both groups switch drink. During the study, each participant blood was drawn 4 times, 2 times in every month to measure hormone levels.
The results showed premenopausal women who drank 227 grams of red wine every night within a month had lower levels of estrogen and higher testosterone levels. These results are not the same as with the women drinking white wine. There’s a chemical in red grape skins and seeds that are not found in white wines.
So, if you’re thinking of drinking wine during dinner today, choose the red one. Besides good for health if taken in moderation, red wine can also help reduce the risk of breast cancer for woman.

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