Lifestyle West Blog

10 Benefits of Drinking Wine While Visiting Kelowna Hotels

July 18, 2017

Indulge in Okanagan Wine Tours

Drinking wine is good for you, so go ahead and indulge in Okanagan wine tours.  

It’s wine season in the Okanagan, and you’ve got a room booked at one of the Kelowna hotels offering Okanagan wine tour packages. Now that you’re here you’ve been visiting winery after winery while sipping on new and interesting varietals. However, did you know that all that wine is actually good for you? According to recent scientific studies, wine offers up amazing health benefits.

 

Pour yourself a glass of your favourite red or white and read on to discover all the health benefits associated with drinking wine.

 

1. Wine = Healthy Hearts

Polyphenols found in wine reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Wine also prevents the formation of blood clots and reduces the amount of bad cholesterol found in arteries. So sip up!

 

2. Wine Reduces Type-2 Diabetes

Drinking red wine in moderation can actually lower blood sugar levels. However, use caution and test blood levels before indulging in a glass or two, during, and afterwards to ensure your levels are still in the safe zone.

 

3. Wine Acts Like a Fountain of Youth, Kind of

Resveratrol found in wine is considered a powerful antioxidant. It promotes health and longevity and defends the body against aging.

 

4. Wine May Contain Anti-Cancer Properties

The antioxidants in wine prevent cell damage and work like a shield against cancer-causing products. Red wine also has properties that suppress breast cancer specifically, and it’s been proven that three or more glass of wine a week can reduce colon cancer.

 

5. Don’t Forget About Alzheimer’s Disease

Drinking wine is an effective way of preventing dementia that leads to Alzheimer’s disease. It does this by keeping blood vessels open to keep the flow of oxygen and glucose running to the brain.

 

6. Healthier Skin Thanks to Wine

Again, the antioxidants found in wine can reduce the growth of acne, rejuvenate the skin, increase elasticity, and give skin a wonderful glow. Drinking wine can also reduce wrinkle formation and skin aging by encouraging increased blood circulation.

 

7. Drinking Wine Can Keep You Slim

Epicatechin, quercetin, and resveratrol found in white wine lower cholesterol levels, aid in burning belly fats, and decrease inflammation associated with obesity.

 

8. Improved Eyesight

Resveratrol prevents age-related eye muscle deterioration. This part of the eye is responsible for the ability to read, recognize, and see fine details.

 

9. Fight Depression with Wine and Kelowna Hotels

Keep depression symptoms at bay by drinking wine and visiting an Okanagan hotel. Travelling can reduce depression symptoms and so can a glass of wine. By drinking in moderation (two to seven glasses a week), wine can actually improve your mood and state of mind and work as a depression-fighting depressant.

 

10. Strong Bones

Wine can reduce the development of osteoporosis. A glass of wine per day can bridge the imbalance between dissolving bones and poor production of new bone. This is especially important for older ladies.

 

Now that you know why wine is so beneficial to your health, it’s time to experience Okanagan wine tours. Get all the tour tips in our previous post: Okanagan Wine Tour Tips: Kelowna Hotel’s Sip-Savvy Advice

 

Come and visit Wine Country in the Okanagan! The Best Western Plus Kelowna Hotel & Suites is proud to offer a wide variety of Kelowna hotel wine tour packages, so you can sample as many varietals as you can handle. We also offer complimentary hot breakfasts, a mineral pool, hot tubs, and a grassy courtyard. Call us today: 1-888-860-1212


Share This Post:

 

 

Other posts in this category:

Nov 17, 2017: Corporate Events: 6 Tips for an Amazing Christmas Party

Oct 26, 2017: Better Business: Treat Clients to Hotels in Kelowna

Oct 18, 2017: Themed Meetings: Set the Tone with Kelowna Event Venues

Sep 22, 2017: Meetings & Events: this is a BLUE story

Sep 19, 2017: Need to Book a Conference Room? Here’s What to Expect