The resveratrol is a key component in red grapes, cocoa and blueberries and protects cells from biological stress. 135 women between the ages of 18 and 44 were involved in the study. Scientists also conducted regular ultrasound scans on each of the women to calculate how many remaining viable eggs they had. The research showed benefits to fertility for women who drank moderate amounts of red wine.
Women drinking red wine
They had a better ovarian reserve so a better pregnancy chance. Further studies would be however necessary in order to prove the findings. There is also a major warning too: “However, the exposure of the developing foetus to alcohol may cause irreversible developmental damage, so alcohol consumption should be less than six units [roughly two large glasses of wine] per week for women wishing to conceive.” Researchers also noted that white wine, beer and spirits were not linked to higher fertility. Generally speaking, the red wine was known for lower the cholesterol level, protecting heart, control blood sugar, boost the brain by keeping memory sharp, fight off cold, help to get slim and to stop cancer. The drink can be included in the dinner either as a sauce.