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Many people know that proper amount of pregnant red wine can help prevent cardiovascular and neurological diseases and prevent certain cancers.
Italian scientists have found that red wine is also good for oral health and can prevent dental caries.
The results of the study will be published in the journal Food Chemistry.
Blocking bacteria Professor Gabriela Ghazani, a professor of medicinal chemistry at the University of Pavia, and colleagues studied whether red wine has a protective effect on teeth.
The researchers first bought ordinary red wine from the market and then dealtized it.
The British “Daily Mail” quoted researchers as saying on the 2nd that the use of alcohol-free red wine is to study whether it is alcohol or other substances.
The most destructive effect on the teeth in the mouth is Streptococcus mutans.
The sugar in this bacterial toxic food survives.
Once the mutans streptococci stick to the teeth, the enamel on the surface of the teeth is demineralized, and the acidic substances can be taken in and eroded.
In the laboratory, the researchers found that Streptococcus mutans is easy to mix with saliva and stick to the teeth.
De-alcoholic alcohol can prevent the bacteria from sticking to saliva or teeth.
The “Gengchen” researchers said that the “contributors” that block Streptococcus mutans are a compound called “proanthocyanidins.”
Previous studies have found that proanthocyanidins have antioxidant effects and are found in a variety of foods such as grapes, apples, cinnamon, cocoa, and tea.
Both the grape skin and the grape seed contain proanthocyanidins, but the researchers clearly have a protective effect on the grape juice.
“For grape juice, we don’t have data yet,” Gazani said. “We believe that the results of research from red wines cannot use grape juice because of the chemical composition of grape juice and wine.
She said she is studying whether it is possible to extract proanthocyanidins from wine and develop oral care products.
At the top, a lot of red wines and acids and sugars may cause dental caries, but according to the results of Garzani’s research, there are also ingredients to protect teeth in red wine.
In addition, red wine is very harmful to human health.
Previous research has shown that red wine can boost brain power, enhance immune system function, prevent diabetes and obesity, and delay aging.
A survey of researchers at Columbia University in the United States found that the inclusion of moderate amounts of red wine was more acute than that of non-drinkers.
Clinton Wright, a professor of neuroscience at Columbia University, says this is because the natural active resveratrol in the grape skin promotes healthy blood flow to the brain.
Researchers at King’s College London University in the UK published the title of research in November, and flavonoids in red wine can prevent Alzheimer’s disease (Alzheimer’s disease).
However, remember to drink in moderation.
Researchers say excessive drinking can cause high blood pressure, liver disease, infertility and more.