Scientists Develop Red Wine Pill To Fight Obesity, Diabetes

November 5, 2008

French scientists from the University of Louis Pasteur have developed a new red wine pill that helps fight both obesity, as well as diabetes..........Washington (ChattahBox) – French scientists from the University of Louis Pasteur have developed a new red wine pill that helps fight both obesity, as well as diabetes.

The new red wine pill works very similar to how resveratrol functions in red wine.

The pill is called SRT1720, and is effective in fighting both obesity as well as diabetes.

Studies done so far on mice have found the pill to be a great tool to fight obesity and spark weight loss.

Researchers feel this could be used along with a better diet and exercise program to reduce obesity in the UK and U.S.

The pill is more potent than resveratrol, as one pill is equal to drinking gallons of wine.

A 10-week study on mice found that it helped to get metabolism to burn more fat quickly, and also helped with blood sugar levels.

A study may soon be conducted to see how it will impact humans.


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