Monday, 9 March 2020

Revealed, Red Wine Can Help Humans Stay Healthy on Planet Mars

A study found that wine  or wine can be one way that might be done by humans, to stay healthy if we live on Mars. The type that was tested here was red wine or red wine.

A study found that wine  or wine can be one way that might be done by humans, to stay healthy if we live on Mars. The type that was tested here was red wine or red wine.  The researchers found that the ingredients contained in red wine could protect muscles from atrophy or decrease in musculoskeletal muscle in partial gravity on Mars.  Launching the New York Post on Sunday (7/20/2019), the compound is resveratrol which is commonly found in grape skins or blueberries. Many studies have stated that this ingredient is proven to prevent bone and muscle loss.  The study said, this is the key to living in space, where humans can lose up to 20 percent of muscle mass in less than two weeks in micro gravity.  "Resveratrol has been extensively studied for its health benefits, including its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-diabetic effects," said senior study author Seward B. Rutkove, head of the division of the neurology department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medicall Center, United States.  Reducing the Effects of Gravity on Muscles  Most studies have not yet discussed the effects of resveratrol in partial gravity. However, Rutkove and his team hypothesized that daily doses in moderate amounts, helped reduce muscle loss under conditions that replicate partial gravity on Mars.  In this study, the researchers conducted experiments on two dozen male rats. Half of them experience partial gravity with a quarter using a daily dose of resveratrol and a quarter do not use it.  The remaining half of the mice undergo normal gravity by sharing the same consumption of resveratrol.  Maintaining Human Health on Planet Mars  Two weeks later, mice with resveratrol supplement had much better muscle retention.  "This study emphasizes that natural compounds can be key to maintaining human health when we travel to the moon and to the red planet," said Marie Mortreux, who designed the research.  At present, astronauts try to prevent atrophy by several hours of training. Even so, when they returned to Earth, they still needed a long time to rehabilitate after losing their muscles.  In addition, the gravitational power on Mars is 40 percent stronger than on Earth.  This finding was published in the journal  Frontiers in Physiology.


The researchers found that the ingredients contained in red wine could protect muscles from atrophy or decrease in musculoskeletal muscle in partial gravity on Mars.

Launching the New York Post on Sunday (7/20/2019), the compound is resveratrol which is commonly found in grape skins or blueberries. Many studies have stated that this ingredient is proven to prevent bone and muscle loss.

The study said, this is the key to living in space, where humans can lose up to 20 percent of muscle mass in less than two weeks in micro gravity.

"Resveratrol has been extensively studied for its health benefits, including its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-diabetic effects," said senior study author Seward B. Rutkove, head of the division of the neurology department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medicall Center, United States.

Reducing the Effects of Gravity on Muscles


A study found that wine  or wine can be one way that might be done by humans, to stay healthy if we live on Mars. The type that was tested here was red wine or red wine.  The researchers found that the ingredients contained in red wine could protect muscles from atrophy or decrease in musculoskeletal muscle in partial gravity on Mars.  Launching the New York Post on Sunday (7/20/2019), the compound is resveratrol which is commonly found in grape skins or blueberries. Many studies have stated that this ingredient is proven to prevent bone and muscle loss.  The study said, this is the key to living in space, where humans can lose up to 20 percent of muscle mass in less than two weeks in micro gravity.  "Resveratrol has been extensively studied for its health benefits, including its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-diabetic effects," said senior study author Seward B. Rutkove, head of the division of the neurology department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medicall Center, United States.  Reducing the Effects of Gravity on Muscles  Most studies have not yet discussed the effects of resveratrol in partial gravity. However, Rutkove and his team hypothesized that daily doses in moderate amounts, helped reduce muscle loss under conditions that replicate partial gravity on Mars.  In this study, the researchers conducted experiments on two dozen male rats. Half of them experience partial gravity with a quarter using a daily dose of resveratrol and a quarter do not use it.  The remaining half of the mice undergo normal gravity by sharing the same consumption of resveratrol.  Maintaining Human Health on Planet Mars  Two weeks later, mice with resveratrol supplement had much better muscle retention.  "This study emphasizes that natural compounds can be key to maintaining human health when we travel to the moon and to the red planet," said Marie Mortreux, who designed the research.  At present, astronauts try to prevent atrophy by several hours of training. Even so, when they returned to Earth, they still needed a long time to rehabilitate after losing their muscles.  In addition, the gravitational power on Mars is 40 percent stronger than on Earth.  This finding was published in the journal  Frontiers in Physiology.


Most studies have not yet discussed the effects of resveratrol in partial gravity. However, Rutkove and his team hypothesized that daily doses in moderate amounts, helped reduce muscle loss under conditions that replicate partial gravity on Mars.

In this study, the researchers conducted experiments on two dozen male rats. Half of them experience partial gravity with a quarter using a daily dose of resveratrol and a quarter do not use it.

The remaining half of the mice undergo normal gravity by sharing the same consumption of resveratrol.

Maintaining Human Health on Planet Mars


A study found that wine  or wine can be one way that might be done by humans, to stay healthy if we live on Mars. The type that was tested here was red wine or red wine.  The researchers found that the ingredients contained in red wine could protect muscles from atrophy or decrease in musculoskeletal muscle in partial gravity on Mars.  Launching the New York Post on Sunday (7/20/2019), the compound is resveratrol which is commonly found in grape skins or blueberries. Many studies have stated that this ingredient is proven to prevent bone and muscle loss.  The study said, this is the key to living in space, where humans can lose up to 20 percent of muscle mass in less than two weeks in micro gravity.  "Resveratrol has been extensively studied for its health benefits, including its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-diabetic effects," said senior study author Seward B. Rutkove, head of the division of the neurology department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medicall Center, United States.  Reducing the Effects of Gravity on Muscles  Most studies have not yet discussed the effects of resveratrol in partial gravity. However, Rutkove and his team hypothesized that daily doses in moderate amounts, helped reduce muscle loss under conditions that replicate partial gravity on Mars.  In this study, the researchers conducted experiments on two dozen male rats. Half of them experience partial gravity with a quarter using a daily dose of resveratrol and a quarter do not use it.  The remaining half of the mice undergo normal gravity by sharing the same consumption of resveratrol.  Maintaining Human Health on Planet Mars  Two weeks later, mice with resveratrol supplement had much better muscle retention.  "This study emphasizes that natural compounds can be key to maintaining human health when we travel to the moon and to the red planet," said Marie Mortreux, who designed the research.  At present, astronauts try to prevent atrophy by several hours of training. Even so, when they returned to Earth, they still needed a long time to rehabilitate after losing their muscles.  In addition, the gravitational power on Mars is 40 percent stronger than on Earth.  This finding was published in the journal  Frontiers in Physiology.


Two weeks later, mice with resveratrol supplement had much better muscle retention.

"This study emphasizes that natural compounds can be key to maintaining human health when we travel to the moon and to the red planet," said Marie Mortreux, who designed the research.

At present, astronauts try to prevent atrophy by several hours of training. Even so, when they returned to Earth, they still needed a long time to rehabilitate after losing their muscles.

In addition, the gravitational power on Mars is 40 percent stronger than on Earth.

This finding was published in the journal  Frontiers in Physiology.

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