You know that moment after you've been drinking red wine? When you look in the bathroom mirror and realize you've looked like a vampire for the past hour, because your teeth are purple?  Don't worry . . . that's the color of health and wellness.

A new study found that drinking red wine is good for your teeth.

A team of researchers in Spain found that the grape seed in red wine slows down the growth of bacteria in your mouth, which helps prevent plaque, cavities, and gum disease.

The researchers even suggested that red wine can be as good for your teeth as brushing . . . but you should probably still go ahead and brush anyway.