Red Wine Compound May Slow Aging in Muscles and Neurons

From the Jun 30, 2017, issue

A new health study has found evidence that resveratrol, an antioxidant found in grapes, can protect neural connections in the brain and muscle fibers from the effects of aging. Wine Spectator's Samantha Falewée reports.

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