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When I first asked the question, What is Resveratrol I was pleasantly surprised to discover that it’s derived from the skin of a red wine grape. Surely this must just be another angle for red wine lovers around the world to justify their need to consume more of their favorite tipple. That may indeed be […]

Is red wine really good for you? Red wine is made from red grapes. Red grapes are powerful nutritional boosters and are loaded with antioxidants that slow down the aging process when eaten with other antioxidant type foods and on a consistent basis. But is wine created from grapes good for you? Absolutely not!   […]

Red wine has a higher Resveratrol level than white wine. This is due to the fact that red wines are fermented extensively with the grapes skin on, than the white wines. As a result, a lot of the antioxidants including the product’s substance that are naturally found in the grape peels are taken out into […]

Animal studies are one of the methods used by scientists and the research community use to determine the advantages and drawbacks of chemical compounds. From pharmaceutical drugs and medicines to nutritional supplements, active ingredients must first be tested in real subjects before confirmed benefits can be established. One such antioxidant currently being tested is called […]

As we mentioned in previous article, premenstrual syndrome is defined as faulty function of the ovaries related to the women’s menstrual cycle, it effects a women’s physical and emotional state, and sometimes interferes with daily activities as a result of hormone fluctuation. The syndrome occurs one to two weeks before menstruation and then declines when […]

Wolfgang Puck has media magic, but he was never a flash in the pan. He came from humble Austrian beginnings, trained at the top-tier 5-Star French restaurants, then transplanted to California where he eventually opened his star-studded eateries Spago, Chinois, and Postrio, which led to his building an empire while also helping to raise over […]

California is the only place in the world planted with just about all the better known wine grapes, producing variable qualities of wines. Elsewhere in the world, wine and grapes are location specific. While some regions have same grapes, no two regions plant identical grapes and make identical styles of wines. This article is Part […]

Calabria is the toe of the Italian boot. It is located in the southwest corner of Italy, with 500 miles of coastline on the Ionian, Mediterranean, and Tyrrhenian Seas. This region has belonged to so many other countries over the years, leading to quite a variety of local specialties. When you taste the delicious local […]

Don’t be surprised if the word Latium doesn’t ring a bell. It’s in the center of Italy and its capital is Rome, the Eternal City. As the Italian writer Silvio Negro said, “Roma, non basta una vita,” Rome, a lifetime is not enough. Just so you don’t get the wrong idea, he wasn’t talking about […]

Everybody has heard of Tuscany in the central western part of Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Tuscany is famous for being the homeland of the Italian Renaissance, and its center, Florence is one of the world’s top tourist sites. Tuscany is the birthplace of an interesting, albeit often expensive wine revolution. Super Tuscans, red wines […]