If you ever skip the gym to stay home and sip red wine instead, you can stop feeling guilty.
In case you missed it, a 2012 study by researchers at the University of Alberta which is making the rounds again indicates that red wine, nuts, and grapes may be just as good for you. Say what?
The trio boasts a complex called resveratrol, which aids bone, muscle and heart functions in the same way a vigorous workout does.
That's music to my ears. If you're like me, you're probably thinking, "Pass the corkscrew and cashews!"
But not so fast. Although resveratrol, commonly found in red wine, served as an antioxidant when tested on rodents, there's more work to be done before doctors put down their prescription pads and send you to the wine cellar instead of the pharmacy.