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Red wine could hold the key to preventing and treating serious gum disease, research suggests. Components found in the tipple, called polyphenols, were found to target molecules which attack cells causing periodontal disease.

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"Scientists in Quebec, Canada, suggest the polyphenols in red wine could be harnessed to tackle this disease. However, people should not rush for the wine bottle just yet. Experts warned that red wine could stain the teeth, while excessive consumption of alcohol is linked with mouth cancer."

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This ties in nicely with the "wine is good for the heart" premise since peridontal disease has been found to be closely aligned with heart attack susceptibility. All the more reason to have a glass or two at the end of the day!!