Champagne is the drink of the winners. Its name comes from the name of the French province of Champagne, where many centuries ago they started to grow grapes for the production of sparkling wine. The wine produced in non-sterile conditions wandered repeatedly, and the barrels with it often exploded, for which the champagne was nicknamed “the devil’s drink.”
Champagne for women
The Marquise de Pompadour left a famous expression in her memory. “Champagne is the only drink that makes a woman beautiful,” she claimed. And indeed, sparkling, intoxicating sparkling wine quickly gained fame of the most beloved ladies’ drink.
The Benedictine monk Pierre Perignon is rightly considered the father of champagne. Possessing a phenomenal memory and a sense of taste, he skillfully made a unique blend of wine to obtain the only true taste.
Both the benefits and the harm of champagne were not fully studied. You can safely say that champagne, like any other alcoholic beverage, causes certain harm to health. Especially if consumed in an immoderate amount.
Many women mistakenly consider champagne as low-alcoholic soda. The bubbles of carbon dioxide only accelerate the absorption of alcohol into the blood, thereby exerting the effect of rapid intoxication.
Drinking champagne on an empty stomach is extremely harmful. This carbonated drink increases the acidity of the gastric juice, thereby irritating the digestive tract.
Caloric content of champagne is also great. The most high-calorie champagne is semisweet, in it there is the most energetically saturated alcohol.
There is a widespread opinion that the benefits of champagne are equivalent to the benefits of red wine. After all, wine contains antioxidants – an invaluable tool in the fight against free radicals and, as a result, premature aging. But champagne – this is not red wine, respectively, the benefits of it at times less due to the small content of the above substances.
Nevertheless, moderate consumption of champagne will have a beneficial effect on the work of the respiratory system. Champagne will have a stimulating effect on the digestive system and improve the secretion of bile.
If you want to minimize harm from drinking champagne, use it for cosmetic purposes! A quality drink will replace you with a lot of means for caring for your body and skin, transform your hair and nails. Cleansing lotions from champagne – the best choice for those who want to prolong the youthfulness of the skin.
A small amount of champagne (up to 100 ml per day) will cheer up and give a feeling of instant cheerfulness. One glass of champagne a day protects the body from age-related neurological diseases.