Regular intake of wine after menopause helps a woman to maintain bone strength. A study has taken place by a group of researchers from the University of Oregon, which has concluded that intake of one or two glasses of wine will work as medicine to help women to combat osteoporosis in elderly women.
In order to reach at the above given result, the study researchers assessed 40 healthy women, who were passing through post-menopausal phase and were around the age of 56 years. The study has also been published in the journal Menopause.
During the experiment, it was being noticed that women, who take two small glasses of wine, were at secured position, as they were somehow were protected from osteoporosis. Sarah Leyland, from the National Osteoporosis Society, was of the view, “Moderate amounts of alcohol might be beneficial for bones, but excessive alcohol increases the risk of fractures, as well as increasing the risk of falls”.
It is vital to find solution for osteoporosis, as 300,000 fragility fractures takes place every year in Britain. It is not the first time when such kind of revelation has been done, as similar kind of study also took place in Finland as well.
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