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Does non alcoholic red wine provide the same health benefits as alcoholic red wine?

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Submitted : 2018-06-16 18:46:41    Popularity:     

Tags: wine  red  alcoholic  benefits  health  

I hear red wine is good for you "in moderation of course" but i wonder if the non alcoholic variant works the same.

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Non-alcoholic red wine doesn't exist.
If some companies pretend to make that, it's probably illegal for them in all traditional wine-making countries to use the word "wine" to sell their stuff.

That being said, I think the health benefits of wine come mostly from either the original grape or from alcohol, not that much from by-products of the fermentation. This means that a rhum-juice will probably have an effect relatively similar to wine (except from the fact that a rhum-juice has much more sugar and calories). But juice alone would lack the alcohol, which does have positive health effects (although those effects are kind of neutralised by other effects which are negative so that the net effect is neutral below one to two glasses per day and becomes negative beyond that)

Yes

Yes

Yes.

yeah.

Almost all. The only thing lacking is the calming effect of the alcohol.

Alcoholic drinks have NO health benefits at all so yes, non alcoholic wine provides the same "benefits" (i.e. none at all).

Nope. Those properties have been filtered out.

An ounce of alcohol per day is actually better for you than no alcohol.

It's actually better for you. It's not the alcohol that is good for you, it is the resveratrol that is found in the skin of grapes that is good for you. People just like wine (and other forms of alcohol) so that means that people want to find reasons to drink it (and that adds a bias to any research about the health benefits of wine). It's OK to drink alcohol in moderation if that's what you like but it isn't actually good for you. It's the grapes that are good for you, not the wine.



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