The Truth About Wine
- Posted on: Apr 3 2019
Do you love drinking wine like I do?
If so, then you probably already know about the major health benefits of drinking wine, especially red wine. Red wine contains hefty amounts of resveratrol, a powerful anti-aging antioxidant. That’s the good part of wine. But what about the bad?
– Artificial dyes Mega Red and Ultra Purple. These dyes give wine its bright color. If you react to food dyes, then you may react to these, too.
– Sawdust. Some winemakers add this to give their wine the flavor of an oak barrel at a lower price.
– Sugar. This is often added during the fermentation process to speed it up. Unfortunately, it also increases the alcohol content of the wine.
– Commercial yeasts. These could be the real culprit behind feeling crummy after drinking wine (and the hangover the next day!). This is especially true for people with histamine issues. Winemakers add commercial yeasts during the fermentation process, resulting in the reactions so many of us get when drinking wine (such as flushing and headaches). The best wines use only natural, wild yeasts, which can make a big difference in how wine affects you.
– Pesticides and herbicides. Non-organic wine can contain traces of these potentially carcinogenic compounds (aka Roundup).
Scary, right? Knowing this, what is a wine lover to do?
I have the answer.
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– Sugar Free. They are fine for people on keto, paleo, and vegan diets.
– Natural and organic. No pesticides and herbicides.
– Lab-tested to ensure quality and alcohol content of 12-12.5%.
– Made from hand-harvested fruit from low yields.
– Fermented with wild, native yeast (not commercial).
I love Dry Farms Wines. They are the only wines I can drink which don’t make me feel flush or give me a hangover the next day. None of that crummy feeling with Dry Farm Wines! Dry Farm Wines are the choice of so many of my friend in the holistic health field, and I’m so glad they introduced them to me.
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