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5 kinds of wine to drink for women


Baileys is a colorless liquor, brandy, gin or other distilled spirits with fruit, flowers, plants pure squeezed juice and other natural material made of mixture after distillation, alcohol is not high, partial taste Sweet. Baileys ice cubes or crushed ice can be added to drinking, fetching water or soda, milk and even ice cream.

Club in the popular drinking: wine glass with the minimum number of coupled 5 / 6, Baileys, and then pour 1 / 6 Vodka. Baileys will sink to the bottom of the cup. Vodka cup noodles and then lit into the straw, with the fastest speed drink Baileys.


Wine is a fruit other than grapes led to wine, the main raw material for the apple, pear, cherry, black currant, strawberry, plum, kiwi, etc. Wine and wine brewing method is basically the same, about crushing the fruit, squeezed juice, add yeast fermentation, the alcohol content of 5-6% to 15-16%. Retains the fruit’s unique personality and sweetness, so relaxed and happy feeling when drinking.
It is for women to drink wine, good for the heart, every day is a health drink is also very good.


The so-called cocktail, mix the wine is, generally refers to spirits accompanied by fruit juices, soft drinks mixed, occasionally also added to other materials such as butter, eggs, etc., in disguise to a significant reduction in alcohol spirits, more so in prevalent in women.

Cocktails with alcohol bartender who will mind the different. In order to increase the cocktail of color and beauty, but also paid great attention to decoration.


Bloody Mary filled with a tomato juice flavor, but the entrance because a vodka, it tastes smooth. And brought spicy tomato juice, trembling between the tongue and teeth, very full of pathos. During Prohibition in the United States, Bloody Mary bar is very popular in the underground, known as the “drink of tomato juice is not drunk.”


Margaret to blue agave, blue orange spiced wine, sugar, crushing ice and salt together to blend. Cocktail master cast around in the cup lemon juice, evenly dipped in salt, then pour the juice ice machine and materials, shake into the cup, immediately showing the ocean blue like the Maldives.

Tequila Drinking method: place the salt on the back of the tiger’s mouth, the salt involved in the mouth with his tongue, then a small cup of tequila and drink and then picked up a small piece of lemon, the fruit chew entrance.

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Posted by on July 25, 2011 in health


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Raisins to treat anemia

Raisins is dried in the sun or dry in the shadow of the grape fruit. Do raisins fruit
must be ripe fruit, raisins, only 15-25% moisture content within, the fructose content of up to 60%. Therefore it is very sweet. Raisins so you can save a long, long time after the raisins in the crystallization of fructose may be, it does not affect their consumption. Raisins can be eaten as a snack or directly on the cake, some parts of the food cooking raisin sauce.
Raisins are rich in iron. Many women often pale, cold hands and feet symptoms, mild anemia may be the performance of a handful of raisins. A handful of raisins a day can improve the symptoms of secondary.
Study found that the iron content of raisins is 15 times the fresh grapes, raisins also contain a variety of other minerals, vitamins and amino acids, is physically weak anemia diet quality goods.
Raisins can promote digestion. Raisins contain tartaric acid, can help digestion and gastrointestinal tract.Raisins can lower cholesterol, prevent thrombosis, the prevention of cardiovascular disease. It also contains flavonoids, an antioxidant, can remove free radicals, anti-aging.
Experts suggest that people can eat a handful of raisins, 30 to 40 grams, adhere to the 15 days, to have a role in improving anemia and physically weak. However, higher sugar content of raisins with diabetes should not eat.

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Posted by on March 15, 2011 in health benefits of grapes


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Grapes,Good For Health

According to an article published in the journal Circulation, “Grape juice fights arterial disease.” This is because grapes contain flavinoids which are antioxidants. Research on the health benefits of grapes have shown that grapes offer the ability to help lower the blood levels of cholesterol, and lower levels of triglycerides in pre and postmenopausal women. Other studies have shown that drinking 1 to 2 glasses of red wine each day can help lower the risk of hypertension.

  1. Grapes are found to have strong anti cancer properties due to the anti-inflammatory effect of resveratrol present in grapes. It is particularly effective in
  2. Grapes not just prevents the risk of cancer but also suppresses the growth and propagation of cancer cells.
  3. Through a latest study, it has been discovered that purple colored Concord grape juice helps in preventing breast cancer.
  4. The antioxidants such as anthocyanins, flavones, geraniol, linalol, nerol and tannins are also helpful to protect the body against cancer.

Posted by on March 15, 2011 in health benefits of grapes


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Grapes are small round or oval berries that feature semi-translucent flesh encased by a smooth skin. Some contain edible seeds while others are seedless. Like blueberries, grapes are covered by a protective, whitish bloom. Grapes that are eaten as is or used in a recipe are called table grapes as opposed to wine grapes (used in viniculture) or raisin grapes (used to make dried fruit).

Health Benefits

Flavonoids are phytonutrients that give the vibrant purple color to grapes, grape juice and red wine; the stronger the color, the higher the concentration of flavonoids. These flavonoid compounds include quercitin, as well as a second flavonoid-type compound (falling into the chemical category of stilbenes) called resveratrol. Both compounds appear to decrease the risk of heart disease by:

  1. Reducing platelet clumping and harmful blood clots
  2. Protecting LDL cholesterol from the free radical damage that initiates LDL’s artery-damaging actions

Grapes and products made from grapes, such as wine and grape juice, may protect the French from their high-fat diets. Diets high in saturated fats like butter and lard, and lifestyle habits like smoking are risk factors for heart disease. Yet, French people with these habits have a lower risk of heart attack than Americans do. One clue that may help explain this “French paradox” is their frequent consumption of grapes and red wines.


Posted by on March 14, 2011 in health benefits of grapes


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