According to a research, a glass of wine is the same as one hour of working out. It appears that both physical activity and an occasional glass of wine are good for your health.
A research carried out by the University “Alberta” in Canada showed that health benefits in resveratrol, a compound which is found in the red wine, are similar to the ones we get while exercising.
Red wine against one hard session on the running machine? Now that is something that we can definitely deal with.
According to the leading researcher, Jason Dyck, these findings will help especially to the people who don’t have to exercise. Reversatrol improves the physical performances, hearth function and the muscle force in the same way as they are improved with one session in the gym.
“I think that reversatrol may help patients who want to exercise but are physically weak” says he.
Reversatrol may imitate exercises for them and improve the benefits from the modest exercise which they have to do.
A discussion on the healthy benefits from red wine is well documented. Studies have shown that those who drink a glass of red wine a day are less likely to develop dementia or cancer, wine is good for the heart, anti-aging and it may regulate blood sugar.
And now a study supports and the fact that wine increases the heart beat rate! This is literally the best of it.
Although, lets be direct – this is true only in moderate amounts and it is true only for red wine and the university study was conducted on mice not on people.
But what if you want to increase the import of reversatrol? Try consuming blueberries, peanut butter, red grapes and dark chocolate. Remember, balanced nutrition is the best.