“There’s an important connection between inflammation, weight gain, and a hormone called leptin.” According to Integrative Cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra. Normally, leptin suppresses hunger urges.
“The problem is that chronic inflammation impairs the brain’s ability to receive leptin’s appetite suppressing message.” The result is weight gain.
Perhaps resveratrol’s most useful trait is as a powerful antioxidant found in red wine.
Antioxidants prevent harmful chemical reactions in our bodies created with oxygen combines with other substances generating dangerous ‘free radicals’.
But resveratrol has been found to do even more…
According to Husam Ghanim, PhD, of the University of Buffalo and colleagues say they have found that resveratrol reduces inflammation in humans that could lead to heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.3
“The Red Wine Diet” pulls all these factors together into a plan you can literally live with for a lifetime.