Resveratrol now promises cardiovascular sloth

labmice2 Two weeks ago a team of American researchers promised what the New York Times story called “guilt-free gluttony” through resveratrol, a component found in red wine.

Now, in a scientific detente, French researchers are doing them one better: cardiovascular-improving sloth. To wit:

“Resveratrol makes you look like a trained athlete without the training,” said Dr. Johan Auwerx of the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology in Illkirch, France who led the study. [Read full story]

This is going to be serious competition for the ab toning belt.

We all know that red wine can cause pinot envy. So only four deadly sins to go! What will resveratrol create next? Humble pride? Gentle anger? Generous greed? Platonic lust?!?

Related:
“Lose weight on a red wine diet”–with video of lab mice! [Daily Telegraph]

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5 Responses to “Resveratrol now promises cardiovascular sloth”


  1. I have been doing a bit of research on this subject myself for quite a while now. It seems like a very interesting aspect of nutrition, only problem is I have yet to see any human evidence! I have started taking Resveratrol in the form of supplements, any one know if this source is any good?….http://astore.amazon.com/vitamins05-20/detail/B0001VKWQA/103-2012990-0715826


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  4. Finally the media caught up the scientific studies of a drink I have been using for more than 7 years, if I am aloud to say the name it is symmetry direct genesis one of the highest standardized Resveratrol non-alcoholic drink. You can understand my excitement when I saw the media started to report their Resveratrol findings. Let’s hope more Doctors start looking in this direction. By the way I look and feel a lot younger than 47 and I intend to keep it that way. Note we will hear a lot more about the combination of Two Miracle Molecules: Ellagic Acid and Resveratrol.


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