Toronto: Resveratrol, a bio-compound found in some fruits, nuts and red wine, is likely to boost exercise training and performance, says a new research.Principal investigator Jason Dyck from the University of Alberta and his team found that high doses of resveratrol improved physical performance, heart function and muscle strength in lab models."We were excited when we saw that resveratrol showed results similar to what you would see from extensive endurance exercise training," says Dyck, researcher in paediatrics and pharmacology. "We immediately saw the potential for this and thought that we identified `improved exercise performance in a pill`," the Journal of Physiology reports.
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