Napa Valley, CA, December 15, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Harvard Study Un-Corks the Secret of the French Paradox; Global Beverage Innovations, Inc., Develops New Resveratrol Enhanced Red & White Wines.
Global Beverage Innovations, Inc., a company dedicated to developing and promoting Anti-Ageing products around the world, (Website: http://www.Anti-AgeingWater.com), today announced the release of a new resveratrol enhanced white wine, called Anti-Ageing Wine +Resveratrol, studies have found increased health benefits for red wine over white wine, now consumers can enjoy all the benefits of a red wine in a non-vintage "Blue Nun" style blended white wine from grapes grown by local wineries in the Napa Valley wine region of California.
In a study recently published in Current Biology: Resveratrol Prolongs Lifespan and Retards the Onset of Age-Related Markers in a Short-Lived Vertebrate. The finding could help explain the so-called French paradox, the fact that the French live as long as anyone else despite consuming fatty foods deemed threatening to the heart, suggesting that the compound resveratrol, a natural phytoalexin found in red wine may extend the life-span of humans. Earlier work on resveratrol by Dr. David A. Sinclair of the Harvard Medical School that was reported in the New York Times: 'Life-Extending Chemical Is Found in Certain Red Wines' also confirms the study and the validity of the resveratrol findings, which is one of a group of antioxidant compounds called polyphenols found in red wine that has been reported to have anti-inflammatory as well as anticancer properties and is currently being studied for a variety of pharmaceutical uses.*
"The new white wine offers all the health benefits of red wine, many credit for the French paradox, the modest, regular consumption of one or two glasses of red wine a day, but for some red wine may be out of question, with the healthier trend toward eating more sea food rich in omega-3 fatty acids," says Richard H. Davis, President of Beverage Marketing USA, Inc., "Now white wine drinker's can reap the specific health benefits of red wine, including increased levels of quinic acid and enjoy regular fish consumption, with a healthier table wine," said Davis.
Global Beverage Innovations red & white wines contain up to 50 times the amount of Resveratol found in most wines.
*Valenzano, D. Current Biology, Feb. 7, 2006; vol 16: pp 296-300. News release, Cell Press.
Global Beverage Innovations, Inc.
Stuart Garret, 760/272-6377
Source: Beverage Marketing USA, Inc.