Wine Can Make You Skinny

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You mean that I have been wasting my time spending all of those hours at the gym? I only needed to drink more red wine?  I think I will start tonight.

The findings, to be presented this week at The Endocrine Society’s annual meeting in San Francisco, show that in laboratory experiments with so-called “pre-fat cells,’’ resveratrol prevented them from converting into mature fat cells. Resveratrol also hindered fat storage in the cells.

The compound also reduced production of certain cytokines, substances that may be linked to the development of obesity-related disorders like diabetes and clogged coronary arteries. Resveratrol also stimulated the formation of a protein called adiponectin. The substance, known to decrease risk of heart attack, is diminished by obesity.

“Resveratrol has anti-obesity properties by exerting its effects directly on the fat cells,” said the study’s lead author, Pamela Fischer-Posovszky, a pediatric endocrinology research fellow in the university’s diabetes and obesity unit. “Thus, resveratrol might help to prevent development of obesity or might be suited to treating obesity.”

  • http://www.miamihawktalk.com Chuck

    Hot damn! Now that’s what I call good news.

  • http://www.miamihawktalk.com Chuck

    Hot damn! Now that’s what I call good news.

  • http://www.anotherwineblog.com Joe Power

    I plan to work on my waistline a lot this weekend.

  • http://www.anotherwineblog.com Joe Power

    I plan to work on my waistline a lot this weekend.

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  • Anonymous

    I don’t think so that wine can make you skinny. However, wines have resveratrol and Long term effects of using resveratrol are as of yet unknown, so It is better to be at the gym.

    Elsie Frank,
    Resveratrol
    WholeHealth