Giant Wine Bottle Glass

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  • Giant Wine Bottle Glass
  • This wine bottle glass makes a great gag gift for the wine lover in your life! Perfect for the holidays, as a birthday gift or just because.
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  • This hilarious wine glass holds an entire 750mL bottle of wine – or for some, one serving!
  • Hand wash recommended

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Red wine is everyone’s favorite source of powerful plant antioxidants, and while they might be more abundant in broccoli, they’re way more fun with a bit of a buzz. The most notable disease-fighting compounds in red wine are resveratrol and proanthocyanidins. Research has found that people who drink red wine tend to have lower risk of heart disease, although other lifestyle factors may play a role. It does seem that the powerful antioxidants in red wine help to reduce bad LDL cholesterol while retaining good HDL cholesterol, and may even help reduce blood pressure when consumed in moderation.

A drink a day may also keep Alzheimer’s away! Recent research suggests that drinking 1 to 3 daily glasses of red wine was linked to a reduced risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Scientists found that when red wine passes through the gut, it leaves behind unique antioxidant compounds that can protect our brain neurons from getting damaged or destroyed. This, in turn, may help reduce the chance of developing neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.

We know we should eat more probiotics like yogurt and sauerkraut for their natural gut-health benefits, but the good news is you can add your favorite wine to that list, too! Yes, it’s a naturally fermented product, much like yogurt, pickles, kombucha and other bacteria-friendly foods, but early research has shown that wine may have more of a prebiotic effect, helping improve the bacterial composition of our gut. Bottoms up for good bacteria!