Here’s more good news concerning the health benefits from red wine. A recent study led by researchers at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute has found evidence that resveratrol, a polyphenol antioxident found in grape skins, berries and other foods, can protect neural connections in the brain and muscle fibers from the adverse effects of aging.

For example, Neuromuscular Junctions are utilized when you brain tells your arm to lift a glass. Those junctions between cells degrade with age. Now it seems resveratrol can slow the degeneration process allowing you to have more opportunities to lift that glass.

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