Red Wine May Curb Fat Cells

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    Red Wine May Curb Fat Cells


    Amino89 sent me this article this morning. I think it might help explain how people are leaning out with STOKED! despite their increased appetites:

    Red Wine May Curb Fat Cells - Well - Tara Parker-Pope - Health - New York Times Blog

    Red wine appears to protect the heart and prolong life. Now a new study suggests it may also be a weapon against obesity.

    Resveratrol, a compound present in grapes and red wine, appears to inhibit the development of fat cells and have other anti-obesity properties, according to a report from researchers at the University of Ulm in Germany. 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.”

    Whether to add red wine to your daily diet must be balanced against other health risks. For people with alcohol dependency problems, the health benefits of red wine are far offset by the risks of drinking to excess. Excessive use of alcohol can lead to addiction, traffic accidents and potentially fatal medical problems.

    Increasingly, studies support the idea that drinking a small amount of alcohol each day — no more than one to two servings — is better for you than not drinking, but the findings don’t apply to everyone. Even small amounts can increase risk for certain health worries, like breast and colon cancer. Although those risks are generally offset by the extra heart benefits, some people may decide it is not worth it.
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    Great artical bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    Amino89 sent me this article this morning. I think it might help explain how people are leaning out with STOKED! despite their increased appetites:

    Red Wine May Curb Fat Cells - Well - Tara Parker-Pope - Health - New York Times Blog



    Don't rep me for this post, rep Amino89!
    EDIT: I just remembered that he doesn't post here, lol.

    Nice!
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    I love resveratrol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfenstein View Post
    I love resveratrol!
    It is some very good stuff.

    Benefits of Trans-Resveratrol
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    I just got repped for this, so I guess I'll bump it for a few more to read
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    Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    I just got repped for this, so I guess I'll bump it for a few more to read
    The benefits are really good no doubt about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    I just got repped for this, so I guess I'll bump it for a few more to read
    Haha those reps were from me! I had one to many glasses of wine with dinner... Lol I felt the need to search AM for possible bodybuilding health benefits.

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    That's funny, bro. Glad that I was able to ease your mind some. Everybody needs to indulge a little every now and then...
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    I think its about time I may start cycling back on stoked...
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    I'm gonna go open a bottle now
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    I'm gonna go open a bottle now
    I love Stoked on a bulk as it makes me hungry as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A_I_Sports_Nutrition View Post
    I love Stoked on a bulk as it makes me hungry as hell.
    Though im not on a bulk I need something to stimulate my appettite during my cut b/c with stress, work, and school sometimes i just forget to eat. Not good. 4 stoked a day sounds like what the doctor ordered!

    Im wondering has anyone tried this year round at a reduced dosing scheme? Like 2 a day perpetually for the increased health benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    Amino89 sent me this article this morning. I think it might help explain how people are leaning out with STOKED! despite their increased appetites:

    Red Wine May Curb Fat Cells - Well - Tara Parker-Pope - Health - New York Times Blog



    Don't rep me for this post, rep Amino89!
    EDIT: I just remembered that he doesn't post here, lol.
    due to its SIRT1 agonistic properties which repress PPARy nuclear receptor which represses adipocyte differentiation..

    BAM. Thats why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssbackwards View Post
    due to its SIRT1 agonistic properties which repress PPARy nuclear receptor which represses adipocyte differentiation..
    That's what she said
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoHardOrGoHme View Post
    Though im not on a bulk I need something to stimulate my appettite during my cut b/c with stress, work, and school sometimes i just forget to eat. Not good. 4 stoked a day sounds like what the doctor ordered!

    Im wondering has anyone tried this year round at a reduced dosing scheme? Like 2 a day perpetually for the increased health benefits.
    I have not and I don't think I would but that is just me.
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    Awesome article! I been a wino in training for a while now! This convinces I need to try harder... fun times ahead!
  

  
 

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