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"Wine lovers will be able to drink a toast for one more reason: a good red makes you lose weight, a recent research, published in the authoritative International Journal of Obesity, reveals that the merit, explains an article in the British newspaper The Telegraph, goes to an ingredient present in grapes, cherries and red wine, able to transform excess fat into a fat-burning fat.
Resveratrol, this is the name of the antioxidant that, according to scholars, would fight obesity. By administering a certain amount on the sample mice, it was discovered that, for the same food intake, those who received the antioxidant stored 40% less fat. Specifically, these mice saw their white adipose tissue transform into brown adipose tissue. Which means weight reduction through calorie consumption. And perhaps, the researchers explain, not only Resveratrol but other polyphenols contained in fruit could act in the same way.
A prevention for obesity and for metabolic dysfunctions, therefore. That's why, explains the Telegraph, quoting Professor Min Du from Washington State University, you would do well to rediscover blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, grapes and apples. As for wine, good choices merlot pinot noir and cabernet sauvignon, although, it must be said, contain only a fraction of Resveratrol present in fruit. "Many of the beneficial polyphenols are filtered and expelled during the wine production process," said Professor Du. "