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Dry Farm Wine and the Dark Secrets of the Wine Industry

Jun 30, 2022

Dark Secrets of the Wine Industry with Todd White

 

What’s wrong with the wine people usually drink? Why Dry Farm Wines are truly natural and much healthier than the common wines? And how to raise the level of global love and consciousness — all this in the episode #9 of the Beautifully Broken Podcast with Todd White, biohacker and CEO at Dry Farm Wines (Apple Podcast | Spotify | Pocket Casts | Stitcher)

  

If you like to occasionally enjoy some drinks, then a glass of quality wine is a great biohacking choice. Of course, alcohol is highly toxic and especially harmful to our brain neurons. But if adequate measures are followed (not more than 1-2 glasses) and the right wine is chosen (this episode is all about it) — it is possible to minimize the harm and, moreover, achieve positive effects both on health, mood, and well-being.

 

 

Benefits of wine.

  • Wine is rich in antioxidants (1, 2, 3).

Oxidative stress is at the root of many health pathologies, including aging. Antioxidants help to reduce oxidative stress, which protects against the onset of problems such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and many others.

The more stress the grapes were exposed to, the more useful polyphenols and antioxidants it contains.

Red wine contains much more antioxidants than white wine.

 

  • Wine may benefit heart health (4, 5, 6).

A moderate amount of wine can reduce some heart health risks.
Several studies show that the polyphenols found in wine may prevent the development of hypertension, high blood cholesterol, and metabolic syndrome.

In addition, reducing stress with a glass of wine helps normalize cortisol levels, thus protecting the adrenal glands and the entire body from the processes of aging.

 

  • Wine may promote mental health (7).

An occasional glass of good wine will not only help make the evening enjoyable, but can also prevent the development of depression.

 

  • Wine may improve gut health bacteria and promote longevity (8, 9, 10).

Definitely not the all wine, but for sure those from Dry Farm Wines :)

Listen to the Podcast episode, to know why!

 

 

 

Why is usual wine bad for health?

Most wines sold today are mass-produced products. And they contain a lot of harmful substances.

 

  • Additives

Wine is the only major food product with no ingredients label. Therefore, wines may contain dozens of toxic additives. Moreover, wine producers can legally use 76 different FDA-approved additives (11) without disclosing any of them on the bottle. That could be very toxic substances, like dimethyl dicarbonate, mega purple coloring dye, fish bladders, sulfur dioxide, and many others.

 

  • High levels of Sugar

Most wines contain high levels of sugar. Excess sugar leads to an imbalance in the hormonal system of the body, increases inflammation, disrupts the composition of the gut microbiome, and leads to a number of unpleasant pathologies, such as diabetes, caries, and premature aging of the body.

 

  • High levels of Alcohol

Alcohol is a toxin that damages cells and tissues throughout the body, especially neurons. Excess alcohol is especially harmful. And most wines contain that excess.

Drink wine moderately and not every day!

 

 

Why Dry Farm Wines are the best?

Dry Farm Wines is truly a game-changer. They source wines according to the uncompromising criteria of farming and purity. They vet every grower, taste every wine, and ensure that every wine is lab-tested through an independent enologist.

 

Moreover, all wines of Dry Farm Wines are Organically Farmed, Sugar-free (<1g/l), low in Sulfites, free of Toxic Additives, and lower in alcohol.

 

But even more, all their wines are frankly alive and have a soul. And that's not a marketing trick, that’s indeed true and science-based. Do you want to know more about the wine’s soul? And why the heck the farms are dry?

 

Listen to Episode #9 the Beautifully Broken Podcast with Todd White and open to yourself the amazing benefits of Natural Wines.

 

 

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