Scientific study gave the result that resveratrol, which is present in red wine, has positive effects on health and longevity of animals. After a long investigation period, scientists managed to create a similar compound in capsules.
This study is actually a big advance as it could offer an alternative for those who don’t have the possibility of consuming wine on a daily basis and want to preserve their health. Nowadays drinking a glass of wine may be the easiest way of consuming resveratrol but in future the consumption of those highly dosed capsules could help to prevent diseases of old age.
The resveratrol compound is equivalent to 100 glasses of red wine and will be available on the market in approximately 5 years if everything works out correctly in the laboratories. This compound is the result of many tests made since 2005 to offer a more concentrated alternative.
According to David Sinclair, Professor in Genetics at Harvard’s Medicine School, it was tested on animals and results were succesful as they became more resistent to obesity and the ageing process could be slowed down. 4000 formules were created and some of them have been tested on humans as they seem secure.
So if everything works out correctly we will be able to buy those capsules in shops in a few years from now and they will work also as strong antioxidants. In that way red wine will stay trendy among health gurus.
Should we recommend you some red wines for your diet? Here you are.
Lan Reserva 2007
Viña Albina Gran Reserva 2001