RESEARCH has revealed that resveratrol, a substance in red wine, can improve body performance, muscle strength and heart health.
A recent study found that resveratrol, which is found in nuts and grapes, can help people who want to exercise, but it is too difficult for them. It is also likely to increase the impact of exercise benefits for those who can only take shorter activities.
“We were excited when we realised that resveratrol produces similar results that you would experience after endurance training,” said Science Daily researcher Jason Dyck.
“I think resveratrol could help patients who want to exercise but are physically incapable,” added Dyck.
In any case, this is true for drinking only one glass of red wine, and some of the benefits that you might experience are improving your bone density and reducing your cholesterol. Black wine, experts say, is good for skin problems such as acne.