Quercetin inhibits allergic reactions

People who enjoy greater amounts of alcohol on weekends, there is a greater risk of liver damage than those who give one or two drinks a day.

The wine is not only true – Wine other than alcohol also contains sugar (mainly glucose and fructose) and tannins (tannins). Tannins in it can also leach from wood barrels, particularly in the production of red wines. Check This Link

The organic acids in wine are mainly malic and tartaric acid. The nitrogen compounds were detected in the wine simple proteins and amino acids from the small amount of chlorophyll pigments, carotin, xanthophyll, and anthocyanins. Wine also contains vitamins (C, B1, B2, and B6), minerals and trace elements (potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, sodium, boron).

The wine is rich in natural antioxidants – flavonoids. Their source is especially red wine. The red wine is a significant amount is mainly quercetin, resveratrol, and myrcetin kamferol.

Resveratrol works against cardiovascular disease and inflammatory diseases. It was found that this substance reduces cholesterol adhesion to vascular walls and has anticancer effects. The red wine is fifty to a hundred times more resveratrol than white wine. Health and Fitness

Quercetin inhibits allergic reactions and to inhibit production of histamine. Flavonoids in wine reduce inflammation course, they also have bacteriostatic and antiviral effects. Firm the blood capillaries and affects estrogen levels in the blood. Support the effect of vitamin C. It is effective against cardiovascular disease, reduce cholesterol in the blood serum and have anticancer effects.


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