Do Grapes or Red Wine extend life?

By | November 1, 2006

Do Grapes or Red Wine extend lifeAlcohol shortens life. Red wine makes fat mice live longer, however, if you want the benefits of resveratrol in red wine which fights viruses, cancer and aging, then why not just eat the red grapes?

“In spite of any beneficial aspects, red wine and other alcoholic beverages pose health risks that include liver damage and physical addiction. ” – quackwatch

I reported on this two years ago and I looked into what seemed to me a possible propaganda effort or conflict of interest between the researchers who say “red wine is good for you” and the wine industry.

I concluded that the researchers truly believe in what they are doing. Still, a skeptical person should ask: Yes, the obese mice lived longer when they drank (I think of Orson Wells for some reason), but would they live EVEN LONGER if they’d been given non-alcoholic wine?

“…non-alcoholic red wine appears to have as much resveratrol as its alcohol-containing counterpart. ” – whfoods

Eat your nuts and berries. Blackberries and blueberries contain resveratrol and other good stuff too.

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