Research in Washington revealed a Good news for wine loving diabetics! A new study had came out that claimed “If you have a glass of red wine every night it will be beneficial for diabetes in managing your cholesterol level and protecting their hearts”. The research was done on more than 220 type 2 diabetics, and was conducted over the course of 2 years, which shows who drank 150ml glass of red wine with dinner had higher levels of so-called 'good cholesterol'.
However, on the contrary, the scientists has also highlighted that if you are consuming more than a small glass or two in a day was still considered very bad for health, and it might increase the risk of heart disease and some cancers.
The study was led by Professor Iris Shai, and it was said that the first long-term large scale alcohol trial suggests that by initiating moderate wine intake, especially red-wine in your daily routine, between well-controlled type 2 diabetes patients, and as part of healthy diet, it is apparently safe and reduces cardio-metabolic risk.
The researchers from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel had carried out the study, along with the experts from Harvard School of Public Health and Leipzig University.
The results are going to be presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Prague