Research conducted by Medical Institute of Queensland University showed that women who consume two glasses of red wine daily have reduced risk of ovarian cancer.
Research on 1500 patients, conducted by Medical Institute of Queensland University, showed that daily consumption of two glasses of red wine reduces the possibility of getting ovarian cancer. The research found that women who drank wine had lower risks of ovarian cancer than women who did not drank.
Women who drank a larger amount (two drinks a day) had a 50 percent lower risk of ovarian cancer than did nondrinkers.
Wine drinkers — particularly red wine drinkers — had lower ovarian cancer risks than women who didn’t drink alcohol and those who drank beer or spirits.