Red wine found to stop lung cancer growth

24th February, 2014 by Lucy Shaw

Red wine is able to stop lung cancer growth according to a recent study by Canadian scientists.

As reported by Wine Spectator, the study, conducted by researchers from Brock University and McMaster University in Ontario, found that both red and white wines halted the spread of lung cancer, but that reds were more effective.

While red wine is known to be rich in resveratrol – an antioxidant present in red grape skins, which is credited for protecting against everything from obesity to heart disease, studies investigating the effects of wine as a whole on cancer cells has thus far been limited.

In the recent study, researches measured red and white wines’ impact on non small-cell carcinoma lung cancer cells by exposing samples of lung cancer….

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One Response to “Red wine found to stop lung cancer growth”

  1. PGL says:

    How can this possible alcohol how can help you to clear/cover up lungs cancer….looking forward to more and detail information about this.

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