US scientists may have discovered a defect with the “French Paradox,” or the idea that individuals who drink dark bottles can somehow prevent the problems of a high-fat diet.
A analysis out Thursday discovered that resveretrol – one of the highly recognized anti-oxidants in dark bottles – did not help individuals live longer.
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Nor did it help individuals prevent melanoma or heart illness, according to the analysis published in JAMA Internal Medication, a publication of the American Medical Association.
This analysis indicates that dietary resveretrol from Western diets in community-dwelling seniors does not have a significant influence on inflammation, cardiac arrest, melanoma, or durability,” said the analysis, led by Rich Semba of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medication.