Red wine

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A lot goes into making a glass of red wine, including a lot of grapes, which are widely known to possess strong antioxidant properties. In fact, for people suffering from bacterial infections like Helicobacter pylori, adding a glass of red wine to the daily health regime isn’t a bad idea. The polyphenols and tannins found in red wine act as antioxidants, seeking out free radicals, minimizing oxidative stress, and helping to prevent the rise of chronic disease. Red wine has also been shown to boost the immune system and even aid heart health, so don’t feel guilty for uncorking a bottle, just remember to drink in moderation!

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