Resveratrol: Whining About Red Wine

November 5, 2014 8:04 AM

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Previous studies touted the value of a red wine with dinner. “It’s good for what ails you” providing what ails you is a lack of good cholesterol. Red wine increases one’s good cholesterol levels thus reducing heart disease.

According to a new study led by Dr. Brendan Gurd, professor at Queen’s University in Canada, the resveratrol, RSV, which is found in the skin of red grapes (and thus in red wine), impedes the body’s ability to maximize the effort of one’s exercise program.

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