When it comes to research and science, for many years now the preferred choice of wine has been red. It has been reported that when drunk in moderate consumption, red wine has health benefits, from improving cholesterol to blood sugar levels and beyond.
Recently, researchers at Boston University in Massachusetts suggested there’s another reason to drink red wine – it can help to decrease artery stiffness in people with type 2 diabetes. This also emphasises the clinical trial carried out by BioHarvest on VINIA, which showed similar results in people with mild hypertention..
Resveratrol, which is commonly present in red grapes is believed to assit in supporting heart health, vascular function inflammation. The natural compound has been reported to slow down premature aging of the arteries? by activating SIRT1 — a gene that slows down the aging process. Specifically, it’s able to reduce the stiffness of the aorta, which is the main artery that transports blood from the heart and into the rest of the body.
VINIA contains the same amount of resveratrol found in 1,000 red grapes or 1 bottle of red wine without the calories, sugar or alcohol. Supported by over a decade of research, VINIA has been clinically proven to:
- Improve blood circulation
- Support elasticity of arteries
- Help maintain blood pressure already within the normal range
- Fuel anti-oxidant activity
- Support insulin sensitivity
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