"I think resveratrol could help patient populations who want to exercise but are physically incapable. Resveratrol could mimic exercise for them or improve the benefits of the modest amount of exercise that they can do," said principal investigator Jason Dyck.
Already exercise? We’ve got good news out of the Czech Republic that’s caught attention of exercisers around the world. Called In Vino Veritas (In Wine, Truth), this study introduced red and white wines to gauge the long-term effects on markers of atherosclerosis and oxidative stress. Men had two to two-and-a-half glasses, and women one to two. Researchers found red and white wine had similar effects, concluding, “The combination of moderate wine drinking plus regular exercises improves markers of atherosclerosis, suggesting this combination is protective against cardiovascular disease.” We'll drink to that!
Science Daily reported that a Toronto General Hospital study looking at wine’s impact on relaxation confirmed that one drink of red wine slightly benefits the heart and blood vessels (relaxation!), “but the positive effects on specific biological markers disappear with two drinks.”
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