our red wines have been tested about "Resveratrolo" for reducing of Cholesterol.
Here you find the newspaper article:
From the red wine "help against cholesterol
A phenolic compound in wine "healthy"
The red wine helps protect the
heart and arteries from damage of cholesterol and
prevents heart attacks
It may seem paradoxical, but there it is. Especially in light of findings made recently by a team of French cardiologists.
Scholars have in fact verified experimentally that moderate
consumption of red
wine produced in humans, in the blood, some very interesting effects, such as a reduced tendency to aggregation of platelets and an increase
in HDL cholesterol levels.
This is due to the presence, found in red
wines, a natural
substance (a phenolic compound) called Resveratrol.
Studies from France - in this case it is the first test carried out in the country - have moved in Italy, precisely where the winery Botticino "Emilio Franzoni" - founded in 1910, has seven acres of vineyards and produces
wine DOC, as well as table wine - has run Italian Wine Union (UIV) analysis on a series of red wine its production: the analysis - carried out under the
direction of Dr. Francis Pavanello - were carried out on Botticino the Botticino DOC, La
Foja and La Foja d'Or Riserva and showed the presence of 2.6-2.7 milligrams per liter of Resveratrol.
According to studies performed on the Trans-Resveratrol plays an important protective action: in particular, has on the blood thinning action.