Red wine is good for your...teeth
25 Apr 2006 by JR
Graham Nutter, Ch St Jacques d'Albas, Minervois: I remember that you wrote something some time back as to how to keep one's teeth white (or shade of) after all the wine tastings you sacrifice your enamels to.  Well, I don't know if you read it, but there was an article by Julie Wheldon, Science Correspondent of the Evening Standard (I think) some weeks ago which said that red wine is good for your teeth. All to do with those wonderful little polyphenols which give give red wine its colour, but which also help reduce the effects of periodontitis which damages the gums and bone around the teeth. So, your teeth may...

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