Yet another study has provided indications that the moderate consumption of wine can have health benefits.
London, mild and moderate drinkers — defined as those who drink one to three glasses of wine per day — had a lower risk of developing an array of disorders often linked to the onset of diabetes and/or heart disease.
Heavy drinkers — those drinking more than three glasses per day — saw their risk factor increase.
The results underscored what doctors and researchers have been saying for years: that moderate consumption of wine can have positive health benefits. The key word is “moderate,” and that, of course, is tied to responsible drinking.
The best way to limit intake while enjoying the perceived benefits is to drink wine with a meal, experts agree.