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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom In Theaters June 22, 2018

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom In Theaters June 22, 2018

It’s been three years since theme park and luxury resort Jurassic World was destroyed by dinosaurs out of containment. Isla Nublar now sits abandoned by humans while the surviving dinosaurs fend for themselves in the jungles. When the island’s dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event. Owen is driven to find Blue, his lead raptor who’s still missing in the wild, and Claire has grown a respect for these creatures she now makes her mission. Arriving on the unstable island as lava begins raining down, their expedition uncovers a conspiracy that could return our entire planet to a perilous order not seen since prehistoric times. With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful series in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before. Welcome to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Stars Pratt and Howard return alongside executive producers Steven Spielberg and Colin Trevorrow for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. They are joined by co-stars James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Justice Smith, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniella Pineda, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall and Isabella Sermon, while BD Wong and Jeff Goldblum reprise their roles. Directed by J.A. Bayona (The Impossible), the epic action-adventure is written by Jurassic World’s director, Trevorrow, and its co-writer, Derek Connolly. Producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley once again partner with Spielberg and Trevorrow in leading the filmmakers for this stunning installment. Belén Atienza joins the team as a producer. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom In Theaters June 22, 2018...

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Farruko World Tour 2018 Ticket Giveaway!

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Farruko World Tour 2018 Ticket Giveaway!

AEG Presents Farruko Special guest Lary Over Sat, June 30, 2018 – 8:00 PM Microsoft Theater 777 Chick Hearn Court Los Angeles, CA 90015 … a bit more To INCREASE your CHANCES of winning —> FOLLOW us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter <— —> POST/COMMENT/SHARE/REPOST <— #GypsetMagazine #Giveaways #Farruko … and lastly INVITE all your friends to enter!!! **WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF EVENT VIA EMAIL AND/OR SOCIAL MEDIA (TWITTER, FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM)** Light & Love to all and Good Luck! ***Tickets courtesy of AEG and Gypset Magazine*** Farruko is a don of urban Latin music from Reggaeton, Rap, Hip Hop, R & B and now Trap Latino. In 2014 he topped the charts simultaneously with 6 AM with J Balvin (dominating the #1 position on Billboard for 16 weeks) and Passion Whine feat. Sean Paul. Other collaborations have ranged from Jose Feliciano in Su Hija Me Gusta and Daddy Yankee in Romper La Discoteca. In summer 2015 he recruited Rvssian, Shaggy and Nikki Jam to create Sunset which swept Billboard’s charts, dominating the coveted #1 spot for several weeks. In October 2015, Farruko delighted the masses with the album, Visionary. In just hours, it reached the #1 position in iTunes’ Top Latin Albums list, a position in which it stayed until three weeks after its official launch. At the Latin Grammy ceremony in 2015 Farruko made an explosive presentation of the global mega hit, Lean On Remix with Major Lazer; J Balvin; and Danish singer, MØ. In 2016 Farruko collaborated with Ky-Mani Marley to create the international hit Chillax. The single conquered the coveted #1 position for several consecutive weeks on Billboard’s Latin Airplay, Latin Rhythm Airplay and Latin Pop Airplay charts. Recognizing the need for change and evolution, Farruko moved into Latin Trap this year. Switching gears from his previous albums, the artist began his revolution leading the Trap Latino movement, revamping the Latin urban music industry with the natural evolution of these infectious rhythms on the album TrapXficante, released September 2017....

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LAMC 2018 Panels and Panelists

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LAMC 2018 Panels and Panelists

LAMC Announces 2018 Panels + Panelists Entrepreneurs, musicians, creators, journalists, marketers, filmmakers, promoters, forward-thinkers, and music lovers of all kinds will gather in New York City for the 19th annual LAMC (Latin Alternative Music Conference) taking place July 10th-14th. In addition to the industry panels, networking opportunities, and trade show displays at the Stewart Hotel, the LAMC also offers free concerts across New York City. The LAMC once again presents relevant panels that address the constantly-changing industries. See the full week’s schedule here. Thursday, July 12th SYNCHronicity: Latin Music Opportunities in TV, Film, and Branding (11:30AM-12:45PM) Presented by Industria Works As Latin music becomes more ubiquitous across film, television, and advertising platforms, this panel will examine licensing trends in the industry and best practices for artists, labels, and publishers looking to land that next big Hollywood synch or brand campaign. Featuring Susan Schwartz (Platinum Rye), José Palazzo (Cosquin Rock), Giovanni Villamar (Anomaly), Mary Nuñez (Sony Music), Michael Rucker (Fania), Stephanie Diaz-Matos (music supervisor), Manny Gonzalez (Moet Hennessy), Tom Briggs (Creative License), and Jesus “Malverde” Gonzalez (Universal Music). Women Changing the Face of the Latin Music Industry (2:00PM-3:15PM) Presented by The Orchard With more women entering key executive decision-making roles in the Latin music industry, as well as more female artists rising to the level of headliners at festivals and on tours, this panel will address the strong women moving the industry forward and also examine areas where women can continue to play a role in enacting positive change at both the music industry and societal levels. Featuring Ana Tijoux (artist), Erika Elliott (SummerStage), Colleen Theis (The Orchard), Yvonne Drazan (peermusic), Diana Rodriguez (Criteria), Livys Cerna (Latin GRAMMYs), Stephanie Streeter (Eventbrite), and Ana Poluyan (manager for Los Pericos). Friday, July 13th The Big Digital Frontier: Latin America and the U.S. Latin Market (11:00AM-12:15PM) Presented by Symphonic Distribution Latin genres continue to over-index on streaming platforms by growing explosively in Latin America and the U.S., accounting for a significant part of the music industry’s ongoing recovery. Featuring Janette Berrios (Symphonic Distribution), Paul Dryden (ATO), Tony Van Veen (AVL Digital/CD Baby), Ana Luisa Patiño (Altafonte), Henrique Fares Leite (Deezer), Ulises Lozano (Kinky), and Emmanuel Zunz (ONErpm). Knowledge is Power: Music Education in the Digital Age (1:00PM-2:15PM) Presented by Berklee Online This panel will explore the role of music education in preparing the music industry’s next generation. The panel will also explore the role of technology in increasing access to education and educational tools and how that has brought these institutions to the global arena. Featuring John Escobar (Berklee), Carlos Chirinos (NYU), Nick Cucci (GRAMMYs/Recording Academy), Joe Lambert (Engineer/Full Sail Alumni), and Franklin “El Medico” Rodriguez (Producer/Mixer/Educator). What is a Crossover in 2018? (3:00PM-4:15PM) In a post-“Despacito” world, what is a crossover in 2018 when there are already 52 million Latinos living in the United States? How does the recent wave of pop and urban crossovers compare to the crossovers experienced earlier by artists like Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias. Moderated by Billboard’s Leila Cobo, our panel will weigh in. Featuring Draco Rosa (artist), John Reilly (Rogers & Cowan), Christopher Sampson (Superfly), and Angie Martinez (attorney). Conference Registration, Full Schedule, and Discounted Hotel Online registration open until July 1st...

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Do You Lack Creative Talent But Still Admire Art?

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Do You Lack Creative Talent But Still Admire Art?

If anything can be art, anyone can be an artist. One of the questions most people struggle with is, are artists born or made?  Art is both innate and can still be learned. Also, it can take any form like photography, welding, drawing, painting, carpentry, digital imaging and more. While you might have scribbled or painted back in pre-school, you might not think of yourself as a good artist.  A lot of people doubt their artistic skill, and some believe that art is not meant for them.  However, what you may not know is that everyone has potential. Here are some pointers to demonstrate that anyone can be an artist. Even Great Artists Need to Practice No one becomes great at what they do in a day. To be great at what you do, you need to start out small and gain knowledge along the way.  While you may not be an excellent artist at the beginning, you might later on. Remember that practicing your art frequently is key to perfection. By the end of the process, you’ll appreciate the journey. Are You Able to Take Advice? Anyone can be a good artist if they learn how to take advice.  You might not like the criticism, but it’s a perfect way to learn.  Ask your family or friends for advice. Alternatively, you can have an artist you admire, and you could get some tips on where to improve. Forget About Perfection When starting out, it’s easy to want to be perfect. You want to implement the right style, use the best tools, and draw without any faults.  However, you’ll be glad to know that it doesn’t matter what tools or style you use. All that matters is the amount of time, effort, and emotion that you put in. You can later make changes. Quick Tips on How to Improve Your Art Skills Watch YouTube Tutorials:  YouTube videos are great if you’re starting out. Moreover, you get to listen as the artist describe their work and take you through each step. Draw from Real Life: painting or drawing from real life gives you an idea of how shadows and light work. It also gives you an idea of how angles work. Don’t Throw Away Your First Piece: Sometimes you may get frustrated when you paint, and nothing seems to look the way you want.  Keep your first sketch, don’t discard it. In a few months’ time, you’ll appreciate the improvement you’ll have made. The truth is that anyone can be an artist. Take up something that is fun to you and something your audience will enjoy. Forget about perfection and instead put in the effort, time, and...

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Enchanted Forest Gathering 2018

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Enchanted Forest Gathering 2018

Enchanted Forest Gathering returns to Black Oak Ranch in Laytonville, California on June 8th – 10th, 2018. Our new favorite weekend is back at Black Oak Ranch in Laytonville, California on June 8-10th with exotic, custom stages brought to life for all night long moving and grooving to the Enchanted music lineup. Relax into beautiful natural splendor in one of the most amazing festival sites in North America. For over thirty years Black Oak Ranch has been hosting events that speak to the heart and inspire healing and joy. In the heart of Redwood country find your temporary home away from home amidst a beautiful oak woodland. Grass, shade, giant oak trees and a beautiful stream sets Enchanted Forest Gathering apart from the rest. Enchanted Forest Gathering features a variety of Yoga Classes from world renowned teachers and local instructors and is INCLUDED in your festival ticket. Follow Us! Stay Connected! We are hilarious! FB: https://www.facebook.com/EnchantedForestGathering/ Twitter: @enchantedforestmendo Instagram: @enchantedforestgathering Enjoy the ‘Flow Arts Festival’ for your supreme movement pleasure. In addition to large scale art installations, The Visionary Art Studio, a comedy stage, The Crystal Dome, our signature late night Tea Lounge, our healing area The Nectar Temple AND our handcrafted wooden shower and sauna area, ‘The Saucy Spa.’ http://enchantedforestmendo.com/...

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COASTCITY Debuts Highly Anticipated Self-Titled EP

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COASTCITY Debuts Highly Anticipated Self-Titled EP

Produced, engineered and written by the duo, the EP falls into the genre “Caribbean Soul” which they created On the production front, COASTCITY has been working and vocally producing heavy-hitters such as Beyoncé, J Balvin, Anitta, Nicky Jam, Residente, Karol G, Prince Royce, Lele Pons and CNCO to name a few Dubbed the Latino N.E.R.D., COASTCITY has been making noise since their inception last summer garnering 3 Latin Grammy nominations and1 Grammy nomination for their production and engineering work with Prince Royce and Shakira and placing a handful of songs that charted in the top 25 of the Latin Billboard charts. On the music side, the duo got invited to perform at major events such as Marc Anthony’s annual Maestro Cares Gala alongside Maluma, Miguel Cotto’s last fight at Madison Square Garden to sing the Puerto Rican national anthem as well as the esteemed Hispanicize conferences in both Los Angeles and Miami. In addition to making Pandora’s prestigious 2018 Latin Artists to Watch list, the duo has continually landed placements with major media in both the Latin and general market spaces. Their three singles released to date, “Noches y Mañanas,” “Desconocidos,” and“Besos Pesos” featuring Girl Ultra have been added to numerous playlists across all digital streaming platforms amassing half a million streams. 2018 looks promising for COASTCITY with the release of their highly anticipated self-titled EP released through their label EMPIRE includes featured artists such as:  Latin Trap’s most promising artist Álvaro Díaz, Mexican R&B diva Girl Ultra and Angolan R&B artist Anselmo Ralph as well as renown songwriters such as Claudia Brant, Prince Royce, and Erick Michael Estrada from O-Town.  Recently signing to Atomic Music Group for booking and having a successful L.A. debut at the iconic Echoplex in May, the duo is gearing up to tour California and other major cities in the U.S. this summer kicking off with a show in NYC in July followed by the Levitt Pavillion with Sotomayor July 13th in Los Angeles. Track by Track Breakdown by COASTCITY Pa La Calle (Hit the Street) – This was one of those situations where the melodies and lyrics spilled out in a matter of 20 minutes. The production came after when we matched the sounds to the lyrics. It’s exactly what you want to play on your way to the playa (beach) and then from the playa (beach) to the club! Desconocidos (Strangers) – This song was born from a B1 vintage Organ we bought at the Salvation Army for $150. The combination of the chord progressions drove the melody to flow. The premise of the song is about 2 strangers breaking the ice and vibing in a playful cat and mouse chase. This song was the nucleus of the EP which we built around. Besos Pesos feat. Girl Ultra (Kisses Dollars) – This idea started in our studio in Miami and was later finished in a studio we love to work out of in LA. We wanted to create a vibey song to follow our 2nd single “Desconocidos.” The song was inspired by people who find themselves paying for love and about the women who chose this career path for either pleasure or necessity. It’s a song about female empowerment. The concept for the video is dripping in Miami Vice. We asked the sexy Mexican R&B diva Girl Ultra to be on the track. Her sultry vocals was the cherry on top. Con La Luz feat. Anselmo Ralph...

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A Simple Favor In Theaters September 14

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A Simple Favor In Theaters September 14

A Simple Favor – In Theaters September 14. Starring Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively, Henry Golding, Andrew Rannells, Linda Cardellini, Jean Smart, and Rupert Friend. A SIMPLE FAVOR, directed by Paul Feig, centers around Stephanie (Anna Kendrick), a mommy vlogger who seeks to uncover the truth behind her best friend Emily’s (Blake Lively) sudden disappearance from their small town. Stephanie is joined by Emily’s husband Sean (Henry Golding) in this stylish thriller filled with twists and betrayals, secrets and revelations, love and loyalty, murder and revenge. Lionsgate presents, a Lionsgate / Feigco Entertainment production. 25 ASimpleFavor | Facebook | Twitter |...

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2018 SESAC Latina Awards

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2018 SESAC Latina Awards

SESAC Latina celebrated the worldwide successes of its songwriters and publishers at its annual SESAC LATINA MUSIC AWARDS last night at the Beverly Hills Hotel.  SESAC Latina, the music rights organization, presented its performance awards, television awards, and top honors to its affiliate songwriters and publishers. On hand to present the awards were Celeste Zendejas, Director of SESAC Latina, Sam Kling, SESAC’s Senior Vice President of Creative Operations and Eliezer Ponce, Associate Director of SESAC Latina.  During the course of the evening, SESAC executives gave a special thanks to the event’s official sponsor, City National Bank, as well as presenting sponsor Sound Royalties. Edén Muñoz was awarded his first-ever Songwriter of the Year award for hit songs he penned for Julión Álvarez, Calibre 50, Banda Carnaval and others.  Muñoz is the songwriter and lead singer of the superstar group Calibre 50, and this year was nominated for Songwriter of the Year at the Billboard Latin Music Awards. In the category of Song of the Year, which is determined by the longevity of a song’s presence on the charts, the SESAC Latina Award went to “Despacito”, recorded by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber, written by Erika Ender. In addition, SONY/ATV was named Publisher of the Year.  With his team accepting in person at the celebration, Jorge Mejia, President of SONY/ATV Music Publishing for Latin America and U.S. Latin, addressed the audience via video. Acclaimed Mexican singer-songwriter Christian Nodal performed an incredible set of his top hits including “Me Dejé Llevar”, “Adiós Amor” and “Probablemente”, the last two were #1 on the Billboard Regional Mexican chart for which Nodal won a SESAC Latina performance award as songwriter. Earlier this month at the Billboard Latin Music Awards 2018, Nodal received the award for Regional Mexican Song of the Year for his hit “Adiós Amor”.  He also took home the awards for Regional Mexican Artist of the Year, Solo and Artist of the Year, New.  In addition, SESAC’s Celeste Zendejas, Director, Creative Services, surprised Nodal with a #1 Award for his song “Me Dejé Llevar” earlier this month at the SESAC Latina office in Santa Monica, California. Latin GRAMMY® winner and GRAMMY® nominee Erika Ender was honored with the SESAC Latina Global Icon Award.  As a singer-songwriter, Ender has released six studio albums and songs that she has written are featured on more than 140 albums, and 40 of them have topped charts around the world.  Ender’s place in the history books has been secured by her song “Despacito” which she wrote with Luis Fonsi.  The ground-breaking song has been streamed over 7.5 billion times, including 1.9 billion times on Spotify and more than 5.6 billion views on YouTube, and has influenced the acceptance of Spanish language music around the globe. Additional winners include Luciano Luna, last year’s Songwriter of the Year, Nicky Jam, Joey Montana, Tony Montoya, Juan Diego Medina and others. Congratulations to the winners SESAC Latina. SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR Edén Muñoz PUBLISHER OF THE YEAR SONY/ATV Sounds LLC SONG OF THE YEAR “Despacito” Recorded by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber Erika Ender Excelender Songs /SONY/ATV RHYTHM SESAC LATINA GLOBAL ICON AWARD Erika Ender RADIO PERFORMANCE AWARD WINNERS “Si Tú La Ves” Written by: JOEL- Johnatan Ballesteros, Juan Diego Medina, Nicky Jam, Saga WhiteBlack...

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Danzante y viajero incansable, lucha por difundir las Culturas de México

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Danzante y viajero incansable, lucha por difundir las Culturas de México

Danzante y viajero incansable, lucha por difundir las Culturas de México Su Misión: rescatar “La sagrada Corona del Emperador Moctezuma” Xokonoschtletl Gómora es un danzante Azteca Mexicano, ha recorrido varios países del mundo, entre ellos Europa y desde hace 20 años ha luchado incansablemente para que la Corona de Moctezuma regrese a México, siendo una de sus prioridades y misión en su vida. Es un ser humano que siempre se ha preocupado por difundir nuestras raíces y enseñar a los individuos como apreciar la vida, como cuidar el medio ambiente, la ecología, la paz y el respeto entre la humanidad, así como los animales, la naturaleza y las naciones, es portavoz oficial y delegado del consejo mundial de los pueblos indígenas. La Corona de Moctezuma se encuentra desde 1524 en Austria, Viena. Y para devolverla Xokonoschtletl ha hablado con diplomáticos, artistas, escritores, políticos, celebridades, ministros y jefes de gobierno, entre otros, con la familia real de Holanda, el Dalai Lama, el Papa en Roma y el representante del gobierno de Liechtenstein (entre suiza y Austria se encuentra este pequeño país), ha tenido reuniones oficialmente con las Naciones Unidas en Suiza y en los Estados Unidos de América; ha llevado a 424 danzantes tradicionales de 13 etnias, de México a Europa. Se ha dedicado a dar conferencias sobre las culturas de México, en universidades de Alemania, en la ONU, Austria, Venecia y muchos otros lugares; ha escrito 11 libros 9 de ellos en alemán. En palabras de Xokonoschtletl y en exclusiva para El Remedio Radio, comentó: Me agrada la tierra de los mayas, tiene una magia especial, en su inmensa mayoría es gente maravillosa, buena y amable, la región es muy importante por su lengua maya después de la lengua náhuatl que se habla en la parte norte del centro de esta sagrada tierra llamada México. Constantemente ando por Yucatán, siempre me ha gustado estar por sus alrededores, me encanta aprender de las personas, conocer sus fábulas y sus historias. Cuando era pequeño escuchaba mucho de los mayas, hoy en día me llama la atención el conocimiento, su sabiduría, la cultura, sus raíces; yo le digo a los individuos que  si yo no hubiera nacido entre gente Náhuatl, mexica, azteca me  hubiera encantado haber nacido maya. Quiero comentar que viví durante 20 años aquí en el estado de Yucatán realizando muchas cosas para apoyar a las comunidades, organizaba fiestas para los niños, juegos, les regalaba cosas, platicaba con ellos, apoyaba a los adultos mayores, a las mujeres y eso me ha hecho intensamente feliz. “El verdadero amor es dar”, no esperar a que nos den, ya si recibimos que bueno.- Puntualizó. El amor es algo que se debe de dar en cualquier concepto, motivo y razón, cuando él ofrece una conferencia a la audiencia le agrada ya que lo que dice lo siente,  le viene del corazón y lo expresa; invita a las personas a que aprendan a vivir con dignidad, sin ningún tipo de drogas, alcohol, sin excesos en el sexo, alimentarse saludablemente, vivir con tranquilidad, con calma, en paz y convivir con la naturaleza como debe de ser. Es importante hablar con la gente para que se conviertan en verdaderos  seres humanos y no solo para que tengan la apariencia física de humanos, esto pasa con la mayoría de las personas, sin embargo todo...

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Can Wine Truly Be A Guilt-Free Beverage?

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Can Wine Truly Be A Guilt-Free Beverage?

Wine sales in the U.S. totaled $62.7 billion in 2017, with 2018 enjoying steady growth in one California’s strongest industries. According to Wines & Vines and BW166, around $41.8 billion of sales made were of domestic wines, a 2% increase from the previous year. Part of the reason for the ever-increasing popularity of wine is its health appeal. Unlike spirits and liqueurs, wine is fast coming to be known as an important way to keep heart disease and other health problems at bay, in the most pleasurable way possible. The secret lies in the polyphenols A study published in February this year by the American Chemical Society found that wine the powerful compounds called polyphenols can boost our oral health by interacting with bacteria in the gut and fending off disease-causing bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease. The study looked into two polyphenols in particular (caffeic and p-coumaric acids), finding that they wield a similar effect to probiotics, which promote gut health. The magic happens when we begin digesting polyphenols in the mouth, soon after we take our first sip. Red wine can keep your mind agile Low to moderate consumption of red wine can delay the onset of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Scientists studied the neuronal effect of metabolites left by wine after it passes through the digestive system. Interestingly, they found that these metabolites protect cells from dying owing to stress and they are active at different points in the cell signaling process. Wine and heart health Previous studies have shown that resveratrol (a powerful antioxidant in red wine) can promote better heart health and stave off inflammation, with moderate consumption linked to a reduction in the risk of dying from heart disease by 30%-50%. Moreover, a new study published in February 2018 shows that resveratrol can also promote healing and prevent inflammation and blood clotting during heart stent surgery. Of course, the process is surgical and doesn’t involve drinking wine, but it does show the powerful effects that are contained in this beverage. A case for organic wine If you really want to make the most of the beneficial effects of wine, make it red and go organic if you can. It is fascinating to think that our ancestors enjoyed traditional wines which were far healthier and, dare we say, tastier, owing to the absence of pesticides and other chemicals commonly used in modern crops. As noted by Dr. Axe, modern wine is often “made of much more than just grapes. In fact, some conventional wines can contain up to 70 added ingredients — including unnatural yeasts, preservatives, food dyes, residual pesticides, added sulfites, and sometimes added sugar.” Check your ingredients list, go for local producers if you can, and ensure your choices are as natural as possible. Keep it moderate One thing that research has shown is that when it comes to wine, you certainly can have too much of a good thing. Heavy drinking has been linked to liver a plethora of health problems, particularly to liver disease. Keep it to one or two glasses a day and if possible, choose red over white wine. Drinking wine is not only pleasurable, it also helps you fight free radical damage, improves cholesterol levels, improves your heart health and helps battle diabetes, obesity, and weight gain. When shopping for wine, try...

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