Health benefits of Champagne.

Given Champagne’s sweet taste and added sugars, you may think that it’s a high carb wine. However, a 150ml serving generally provides just three to four grams of carbs, with only 1.5 grams from sugar.

Hence, among white wines, Champagne may be a particularly good choice for diabetics.

Low in calorie

While a glass of red or white wine contains between 135 and 200 calories, a glass of brut (dry) champagne clocks in at only 95. And the low-sugar version, called “low dosage,” has a mere 65 calories per glass.

Protects the heart

Champagne contains polyphenol antioxidants, which protects the heart. It does this by slowing down the removal of nitric acid from the blood which can result in lower blood pressure. This helps to reduce the risk of heart problems and strokes.

Helps to prevent dementia and memory loss

A study determined that drinking one to three glasses of champagne each week can boost brain health.

Helps to decrease blood pressure

High nitric oxide levels in the blood, as a result of drinking Champagne, can have beneficial effects, because as well as increasing blood flow, it may help to decrease both blood pressure and the likelihood of blood clots forming.

Good for the skin

Champagne detoxifies the skin with antioxidants, and its lightening tartaric acid helps even out the skin tone. For those with oily skin, its antibacterial properties help with breakouts.

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