Antioxidants Found in Red Wine Could Treat Heart Disease

Image taken from INDEPENDENT.


Sabrina Barr — INDEPENDENT

Tammy Dugas, a professor from the Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences at the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine, claims to have found an antioxidant in red wine that could help individuals who suffer from heart disease. She does not believe that one should drink more red wine, but rather use the antioxidants found in red wine during coronary angioplasty procedures in the hospital, which could help those who suffer from heart disease. Coronary angioplasty helps widen blocked or narrowed arteries.

Click here for the full story.


Natan Hekmatjah

Comments are closed.

Skip to toolbar