Drinks

The Northlines - - HEALTH -

Hip hop artists en­dorse it as the ' cool quo­tient drink', but the Rus­sians be­lieve it is a cure to all their prob­lems and they might just be on to some thing. In sev­eral cul­tures, Vodka is used as an al­ter­na­tive medicine. Con­sume no more than 1-2 units (30ml each) of Vodka at one go. Bellini is pre­pared with cham­pagne or­ange or peach juice. Cham­pagne is rich in an­tiox­i­dants which is ben­e­fi­cial for your skin. When you add or­ange or peach to cham­pagne you are adding vi­ta­min A, B and C to your drink. The juices are good sources for cal­cium, ri­boflavin, phos­pho­rus, potas­sium, mag­ne­sium, niacin and thi­amine. In­di­ans have opened up to drink­ing wine. It is no longer as­so­ci­ated with just the Ital­ians and the French. From rosy cheeks to a happy heart, wine was and is a pop­u­lar bev­er­age. Red wine is con­sid­ered the foun­tain of youth by many thanks to the high level of an­tiox­i­dants. A great ac­com­pa­ni­ment for ro­man­tic din­ners, wine will boost your body's de­fenses, build bones and bal­ance blood sugar lev­els. Red wine can also in­crease women's li­bido too.

Red wine may be pop­u­lar, but white wine has health ben­e­fits too. While red wine has an­tiox­i­dant resver­a­trol, white wine has hy­drox­y­ty­rosol which is an im­por­tant an­tiox­i­dant and ef­fec­tive for clear­ing block­ages.

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