The grapes and vines, are a true patrimony of humanity, especially for the countries of the Mediterranean region, just like the olive oil. This plant has many beneficial properties that justify its importance in ancient cultures. The screw was born spontaneously in Asia, and throughout the Mediterranean region, and for the Greeks was also important as a symbol of the god Bacchus. Our nice winemakers at Perlage Wines, makes a fantastic wine with the delicious grapes born in the surrounding countryside, but they also cook them in many different ways because contain many minerals, especially potassium, which is important for the welfare of the muscles, but also manganese, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, silicon (which is particularly good for skin and hair), chlorine and iron. With regard to the vitamins, the A (beta-carotene, ie antioxidant), B1 (presides to the proper functioning of the apparatus digerentee of the nervous system), the B2 (fights diseases of the skin, eyes and serves for the accretion) the C (strengthens the immune system, the capillaries and promotes the development Aunty and bones) and PP (important against pellagra). These nutritional principles, combined with polyphenols (one of the most important are flavonoids), means that the grapes have antioxidant, anticancer and antiviral properties, in particular thanks to revestratolo, and promotes resolution of problems related to blood circulation. The revestratolo fights venous insufficiency, phlebitis and capillary fragility, strengthens the walls of blood vessels, promotes contraction and then the return of blood from the legs to the heart.Numerous scientific studies have clarified that drink few glasses per meal are not harmful. Moreover enhance the stability of the plasma and contribute to the reduction of LDL (low density lipoprotein also known as bad cholesterol) and increase HDL (high density lipoprotein consociute also as good cholesterol), always thanks to polyphenols.
(source: http://www.tuttogreen.it/ )