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Red wine could help prevent tooth decay

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Chemicals in red wine could provide an unexpected route to healthier teeth and gums, research suggests.

In laboratory tests, the polyphenol plant compounds were found to fend off the bugs that cause tooth decay and gum disease.

But experts warned against using the beverage as a mouth wash with unusual benefits. The chemicals in the study were used in far higher concentrations than occur naturally in wine, and for exposure times of more than 24 hours.

https://www.breakingnews.ie/world/chemicals-in-red-wine-could-help-prevent-tooth-decay-research-finds-829126.html

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Piney

Also the anti-inflammatory properties in red wine actually comes from the white oak barrels it's stored in. As with whiskey. the enzymes from the white oak is what relieves arthritis pain and muscle aches. 

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Let the celebrations begin!

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