Red wine has already been linked with reducing the risk of some cardiovascular problems. But the most recent study conducted at the Oregon State University also reveals that red wine is a powerful fat-burning agent, thus, helpful for obese or overweight people. A glass of red wine would assist the human liver with its fat-burning ability, allowing people to lose weight easily.
A molecular biologist and biochemist from the university, Neil Shay, said the findings were surprising, specifically in improving body weight. The findings could also help in the development of dietary strategies mainly in reducing the precarious accumulation of fats in the liver. Experts also hope that the findings would help obese people in their proper food selection, despite the availability of treatments.