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There are lots of health benefits of mulled wine. By boiling, the wine enhances its effects.
We already know that red wine has many health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants, the strongest of them being the resveratrol. Because of yeast and vitamins that red wine contains, this magic potion becomes a powerful ally against seasonal diseases.
Red wine prevents atherosclerosis
Along with cinnamon, mulled wine improves severe cold symptoms, chills and prolonged fever. Experts say that a single glass of mulled wine reduces body temperature by 2 degrees.
Doctors recommend red wine to prevent atherosclerosis. A single glass of red wine a week keeps heart diseases away. Antioxidants from this drink remove free radicals and cleanse the blood of toxins.
Moreover, the red wine is a good ally for most women. Wine based masks are best suited to combat epidermal diseases and fight aging.
Slow Cooker Spiced Wine
Recipe here: Well Plated
I love spiced wine! This looks like it would warm me up down to the bones!
Cranberry Orange Mulled Wine
Recipe here: Wine and Glue
I love pretty much anything cranberry + orange! I would definitely need two glasses of this goodness!
GERMAN MULLED WINE
Recipe here: Tidy Mom
This looks so delicious! I didn’t know you could use cider in mulled wine… awesome!
SWEDISH MULLED WINE
Recipe here: Nourishing Jo
Can’t wait to try the Swedish Glogg this Christmas! Yum!!
HOLIDAY SPICED MULLED WINE
Recipe here: The Cookie Rookie
The queen of beverages is back! Haha. I love this combination and that wine sounds stellar! I am so excited for this drink with the cold temperature setting in.