DUNCAN, Vt.

— The red wine that soothes the belly is the red wine teeth that are best for the digestive system.

That is the conclusion of a review by the University of Vermont’s Center for Food Science, where researchers surveyed a panel of experts on red wine nutrition and health.

In a study published this week in the journal Food Chemistry, the team concluded that red wine can aid in digestion and aid in weight loss.

Red wine is known to increase intestinal absorption of nutrients and to help in maintaining proper blood sugar levels, which helps maintain blood pressure and body weight, the study authors said.

The findings could prove useful for those with a compromised immune system, diabetes or metabolic disorders, according to the study.

Red wines are generally thought to be good for you because they contain a large amount of fiber and antioxidants.

But the study’s authors say their results suggest that other red wines can also be effective.

“What this study suggests is that there are other red wine ingredients that could be effective in the treatment of some conditions, and they are not necessarily the same ones that are being touted by the beverage industry,” said the study senior author, Andrew M. Lassiter, professor of food science at the University at Buffalo and an adjunct professor at the College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Natural Resources at UVM.

It is about a whole bunch of different reds.” “

I think this is really exciting, because it is not just about red wine.

It is about a whole bunch of different reds.”

Some of the other studies on red wines’ benefits were conducted in China, Japan and the United Kingdom.

A study published in the British Medical Journal last year found that consuming red wine for a few weeks helped people maintain a more fit body weight.

The University of Illinois published a study in April 2016 that found consuming red wines in the U.S. increased blood pressure.

The study, which was led by nutritionist Susan G. Osterman, found that reds were also associated with a reduction in cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some types of cancer.

Red grapes, as the study researchers wrote, are “often considered the best red wine,” and a number of them are sold in the United States.

But some experts say red wines contain a lot of sugar and high levels of fructose and other sugars.

The researchers at UVA did not look at red wine’s impact on the body weight or on overall health.

The new study did not assess the effect of drinking a lot, said Robert C. Stuckey, associate professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the university and the lead author of the study that was published this month.

“The amount of sugar is not a factor in this study,” he said.

But he added that red wines are sometimes sold with artificial coloring and added that if you are trying to lose weight, you should limit the amount of red wine you consume.

A 2011 study in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that drinking one serving of red or white wine every other day, even if it is made from a single variety, is associated with greater weight loss than drinking one cup of other red or whites.

And the researchers of that study also found that people who drank a lot or consumed a lot in a single meal also lost weight.

Red Wine Diet: 5 Steps to Avoid Sugar, Fat and Cholesterol article If you like red wine and want to lose some weight, eat less red wine (especially if you like a sweeter flavor), drink less alcohol and consume fewer calories, you may need to eat more red wine as you age, said Dr. Jeffrey M. Witte, director of the Nutrition Program at the Yale School of Medicine.

That means drinking less wine and consuming less alcohol.

And that may mean a more moderate diet, according for instance to the guidelines of the Food and Nutrition Board, which is the federal government’s food safety agency.

But if you have a healthy balance between red and white wine, eating only red wine will be good advice, Witte said.

And there is a better way to lose body weight than to eat only red wines, according a recent study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

It found that when people reduced their red wine intake, they had a significant increase in their total caloric intake, which they could use to replace their excess calories from alcohol.

The group also reported that reducing their red and black wine consumption did not affect their total calorie intake.

But, they did report a greater weight gain in those who reduced their black wine intake and those who increased their red wines.

So, if you want to get rid of excess calories, don’t eat only white wine and drink only red.

You may also want to avoid foods that are high in sugar and fat.

These include sweet potatoes, potatoes, rice, pasta, rice pasta,