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Is a glass of red wine the way to perk up your painful back?
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 12:03 AM on 25th November 2008
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Back to the future: A substance found in red wine could stop further damage to
cartilage in worn discs in the back
A substance found in red wine could prevent further damage to worn discs
A substance found in red wine could help to mend damaged backs. New research
shows that resveratrol slows down the rate at which discs in the spine
Scientists found that injecting the substance into injured backs stopped
further damage to the cartilage in the discs.
So far the results have been seen only in animal studies, but it's hoped the
red wine ingredient could help thousands of people who suffer pain from worn
Up to 85 per cent of adults in Britain have back pain at some point in their
Many develop problems because supportive muscles waste away through lack of
use, often caused by sitting at computers all day. This can cause long-term
damage to the soft discs which act as cushions between the vertebrae, the bony
joints in the spine.
The latest research, published in the journal Spine, suggests that injecting
the red wine ingredient could help.
Resveratrol, found in the skins of red grapes, is known to be a powerful
antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Previous studies have shown it appears to
block heart disease and reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
Scientists at Rush University Medical Centre in Chicago injected resveratrol
into disc cartilage from cattle.
They found the red wine substance boosted levels of proteoglycan, a healing
substance, and significantly slowed the rate at which cartilage wasted away.
© 2008 Associated Newspapers Ltd
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