6 good reasons why Hotel Alexandra serves you a glass of wine before you go to bed
Wednesday 28, April 2010
Hotel Alexandra is a boutique hotel located in the very heart of Copenhagen at the “Town Hall Square”. The Alexandra is beautifully decorated with classical Retro Danish furniture Design, and the hotel’s 100 year old walls are dressed in Danish art – Here you will find a sight for sore eyes!
Hotel Alexandra likes to follow good health advice – especially if they make sense. They therefore, trust the statement at www.Health.com, "6 good reasons to drink wine". Here you will see part of the statements from Health.com:
Feed your head – Wine could preserve your memory. When researchers gave memory quizzes to women in their 70s, those who drank one drink or more every day scored much better than those who drank less or not at all. Wine helps prevent clots and reduce blood vessel inflammation, both of which have been linked to cognitive decline and heart disease, explains Tedd Goldfinger.
Keep the scale in your corner – People who drink wine daily have a lower body mass. Studies find that people who drink wine daily have lower body mass than those who indulge occasionally.
Boost your body's defenses – Drink wine and reduce the risk of infection by 11 %. In one British study, those who drank roughly a glass of wine a day reduced by 11% their risk of infection by Helicobacter pylori bacteria, a major cause of gastritis, ulcers, and stomach cancers.
Guard against ovarian woes – A glass of wine a day seemed to reduce the risk of the disease. When Australian researchers recently compared women with ovarian cancer to cancer-free women, they found that roughly one glass of wine a day seemed to reduce the risk of the disease by as much as 50 percent.
Build better bones – Women who drink moderately seem to have higher bone mass than abstainers. On average, women who drink moderately seem to have higher bone mass than abstainers. Alcohol appears to boost estrogen levels; the hormone seems to slow the body's destruction of old bone more than it slows the production of new bone.
Prevent blood-sugar trouble – Premenopausal women who drink one or two glasses of wine a day are 40 percent less likely than women who don't drink to develop type 2 diabetes, according to a 10-year study by Harvard Medical School.
Hotel Alexandra, Copenhagen
The long History and Hotel tradition, gives the guests an opportunity to take in the warmth of a personal, non-chain atmosphere. Hotel Alexandra offers allergy free rooms for guest who might need this kind of accommodation. Furthermore, as of March 1st 2009, Hotel Alexandra will become CO2-neutral in its total energy consumption of electricity, district heating, and gas. The Hotel is already the Copenhagen hotel that has for the longest time been environmentally certified by trade organization HORESTA's eco-label 'Den Grønne Nøgle' (The Green Key). Hotel Alexandra's rooms offer dry cleaning, laundry, room service, TV, footbath, internet all this is standard in the Hotel. Restaurant- KBH Bistro is a french cuisine were you will have a diverse selection of wines, this is why it is also named Wine Bistro. KBH Bistro provides service to the room when you feel like relaxing.
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