Many could use this magic bullet enzyme included in wine, especially if one overdid it a bit for National Wine Day!
“Scientists have developed a “genome knife” that enables them to do “precise metabolic engineering” of microbes, including the strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae that are used in the production of wine, beer, and other fermented foods and beverages. Using this “knife,” they can increase all of the pluses of drinking wine (i.e., the health benefits) while also mitigating some of the minuses—meaning the woeful physical consequences. Winos, rejoice!”
Hopefully by next National Wine Day some could be enjoying the benefits of this new scientific discovery with no worry of a hangover!
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Each year, on this day, people enjoy a glass of their favorite wine with dinner, for dessert, with friends, at a restaurant, at home or at a wine-tasting event. The wine has a rich history dating back thousands of years! (There is also a separate, yet similar, National Wine Day which is celebrated each year in February).