Nonalcoholic Red Wine Reduces Blood Pressure. Seriously good news but wheres the fun in it?
Nonalcoholic red wine was associated with a greater reduction in blood pressure than regular red wine in a new study. The researchers, led by Dr Gemma Chiva-Blanch (University of Barcelona, Spain), conclude that the polyphenols found in red wine are the likely mediators of the blood-pressure reduction and that alcohol appears to weaken their antihypertensive effect.
They suggest that daily consumption of nonalcoholic red wine may be useful for the prevention of mild to moderate hypertension.