Red Wine Counteracts Benefits of Intensive Exercise

November 5, 2014 1:56 PM

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Red wine may not be as good for your health as previously touted, according to a recent study. Nutritional research often provides inconsistent results. How many eggs should you eat per week? Is milk good for your bones? The array of contradictory answers can easily exhaust average people. But that does not translate in poor medical research. Taking into account innumerable variables mandates medical researchers to test hypotheses over and over again.

A team of Canadian researchers decided to verify if resveratrol, a chemical compound found in red grapes, peanuts and cocoa, is as beneficial to the organism as previously claimed. The issue is quite important, as resveratrol supplements became popular in the last couple of years. Allegedly, the sup...

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