Wine kills germs and bacteria!
The results of the study:
The 1998 study, in order to examine the antibacterial properties of different beverages, introduced some dangerous live bacteria such as salmonella into wine. After only 2 days he could see that the bacteria present had almost completely disappeared. By subsequently neutralizing the acidity of the wine, 99.1% of the bacterial load had disappeared. The credit was attributed to the organic compounds present in red wine and white wine.
Therefore, excellent news for connoisseurs of good wine. However, it should be borne in mind that our immune system, both innate and acquired (ie after the first exposure to an infection, it is more efficient in fighting it a second time), if chronically exposed to alcohol intake it is weakened if not suppressed. Even a single excess of alcohol can compromise the immune system, albeit in the short term, for example for 24 hours.
So, in conclusion, wine helps if drunk in moderation.