Throughout the last four decades, it has become well known to the medical sciences that there are considerable benefits associated with the regular and moderate consumption of red wine. This insight was originally found when studying a list of food items known as the Mediterranean diet. The gastronomy of the people around the Mediterranean regions of Europe seemed to lead to longer and healthier lives. And it was eventually discovered that a key part of the Mediterranean diet was the consumption of red wine.
This finding eventually led to a large number of studies on the health benefits of red wine and similar alcoholic drinks. Today, the findings are very clear. People who regularly consumer moderate levels of red wine enjoy longer and healthier lives. And this effect comes largely due to the decreased incidence of coronary artery disease and other atherosclerotic disease processes in those who are regular wine drinkers. The total life expectancy increase that is associated with the regular consumption of red wine is on the order of five years.
Many find it hard to believe, however, that despite all of the good news surrounding wine consumption, the major medical organizations of the world still do not recommend that people begin drinking red wine. This is simply due to the fact that the risks associated with alcoholism are so severe that, even though only around 10 percent of people who start drinking go on to develop an alcohol use disorder, the risks of alcoholism outweigh the benefits of moderate red wine consumption at the population level.
Now, Jeunesse Global, one of the most innovative health companies in the world, has developed a health drink that solves this problem for good. Known as Reserve, the health-packed energy drink allows users to gain all of the benefits of red wine consumption without incurring the risks of consuming alcohol.
Reserve contains resveratrol, one of the most potent antioxidants known to medicine and the main health-protective ingredient in red wine. Reserve is also made with some of the healthiest fruits in the world, including concord grape, acai, blueberry and pomegranate.