mama needs wine shirt
mama needs wine shirt
The holidays are coming soon, you are looking for an original idea that changes from a traditional bouquet of flowers or a box of chocolates and, luckily, the mother is a convinced oenophile!
Birthdays, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Valentine's Day, thank you's, weddings... All occasions are good to please your loved ones. Everyone will be offered a unique gift that you hope they will like. According to the tastes and interests of each person, it is necessary, of course, to find THE gift that will make its effect.
If your mother is particularly fond of wine, you have the right gift idea for a wine lover.
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The mama needs wine shirt puts a new spin on casual comfort. Made from very soft materials, this tee is 100% cotton for solid colors. Heather colors and sports grey include polyester. The shoulders have twill tape for improved durability. There are no side seams. The collar is made with ribbed knitting to prevent curling damage.
.: 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Light fabric (4.5 oz/yd² (153 g/m²))
.: Tear away label
.: Runs true to size
But why mama needs wine ?
Is she on a strict diet? Fortunately, wine and weight loss can go hand in hand. According to a study conducted by researchers at Washington State University, drinking wine may promote weight loss. Scientists found that resveratrol, a polyphenol found in fruits such as grapes, and therefore wine, could "inhibit the increase in fat cells in the body.
Red wine is good for the heart!
That's what a team of researchers from the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, USA, says. The results of the study, which were published in the European Heart Journal, reveal that a moderate consumption of wine could reduce the risk of cardiovascular accidents by 20%.
Wine, a good remedy against depression?
According to a study published in the scientific journal BMC Medicine, drinking a glass of wine a day could help fight depression. However, be careful not to overindulge in the good stuff, since excessive consumption of wine would have the opposite effect and would promote a depressive state.
Subway, work, sleep... every day, it's the same routine.
So all means are good to fight stress, starting with... a small glass of wine! Researchers at the Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have discovered that resveratol, an enzyme found in the skin of grapes, deactivates the cellular response system to stress. Wine increases the production of endorphins and at the same time, tension decreases, which causes an almost immediate relaxation effect.
Red wine against Alzheimer's disease?
This is the surprising hypothesis put forward by a study from the Georgetown Medical Center in the United States. Resveratol (again), could protect against memory loss and by extension against Alzheimer's disease, by repairing the blood-brain barriers that allow blood to enter the brain.
What if the best weapon against fatigue was... wine? According to a study published in The FASEB Journal, a small glass of wine could give us a boost. But be careful, if one glass can have stimulating effects, drinking two could make you drowsy.
How about a glass of wine with your meal?
The polyphenol it contains would help fight against dental plaque. This is the finding of a study conducted by researchers at Laval University in Canada. The scientists found that the polyphenol extracts made your gums more resistant, which would prevent them from becoming inflamed.
Moderate consumption of red wine may reduce the risk of lung cancer in men, especially smokers, according to a report published in the scientific journal Cancer Cell International. On average, each glass of wine consumed per month would reduce the risk of lung cancer by 2% in a middle-aged man.
And another virtue for wine! And what a virtue! Drinking (a little) wine would extend life expectancy. This is what researchers from the University of Wageningen, in the Netherlands, say. Drinking half a glass of wine a day could extend life expectancy by five years.