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A Fountain OF Youth
ANCHOR Red wine drinkers are toasting recent studies that suggest the drink may have even more beneficial health effects than previously reported. One study even argues that it can help extend your life. Jan Hopkins catches up with some avid aficionados to find out more.
CORRESPONDENT This group is celebrating a birthday, but they could be toasting a new scientific discovery. Red wine contains a chemical that could be a fountain of youth.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE This is my 70th birthday. I feel, I feel wonderful. Oh, Yes. I do attribute it to that. Absolutely, the wine is...the white wine is good, too. But the red wine is the best for your heart, for your health.
CORRESPONDENT A new study published in Nature Magazine mentions an enzyme in red wine that could extend life.
ROBERT ZIPKIN, BIOMOL RESEARCH LABORATORIES This is a breakthrough really that a small molecule, drug-like substance, can affect life span of various organisms.
CORRESPONDENT It’s just one more piece of evidence that should increase sales of red wine.
BART HOPKINS, 67 WINES & SPIRITS It seems like there’s a new study coming out every couple of weeks and they’re all very positive. But yes, it does have positive ramifications. We see people come in, they’re more interested in the health benefits of wine.
CORRESPONDENT Restaurants are already seeing increased interest in red wine. It goes with the Atkins diet.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE There has definitely been a distinctive push to the red meat, or the main protein with fat, less starch, and as well as a red wine also to help induce , I guess, digestion.
CORRESPONDENT But the benefits of drinking red wine may also be because of a more relaxed lifestyle.
CHRIS CHIAPPARELLI, CAFE DES ARTISTES If you drink red wine, enjoy your meal, you’ll be more healthy.
CORRESPONDENT At a leisurely lunch in New York’s romantic Cafe des Artistes, customers were quick to credit red wine with turning back the clock.