Your Guilt-Free Guide to Wine

Pour a glass out for yourself and enjoy.

A lot of people wonder whether or not wine is actually healthy to drink. While certain studies report that red wine is good for you, others say that drinking too much alcohol can damage your health. Dietitian and wine enthusiast Ashley Koff believes that wine can be worked into a healthy lifestyle. Although you should try to limit yourself to one glass every other day, there are many potential benefits to your favorite wine (or bubbly!). Check out the list below to see where your favorite falls and how to enjoy a glass guilt-free. 


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