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Could Red Wine Reverse The Aging Process?

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Red wine has already been linked to heart health and protection against certain cancers — but can it reverse the aging process?

Red wine's possible anti-aging properties have been examined for years but now a recent study has found a specific aging-related gene that may be activated by red wine.

The researchers used mice and looked at the effects of resveratrol, the interesting anti-aging compound in red wine.

The study's co-author said resveratrol:

"[…] revs up the battery packs of the cells — the mitochondria — and if we delete [the anti-aging gene] in mice, resveratrol doesn’t do that anymore.

The decline in batteries is a major factor that makes us susceptible to diseases. The cells have more energy and live longer."

What all that means is they've pinpointed a gene that deals with aging that resveratrol activates.

What that activation does is make the body appear as if it's been on a restricted diet.

That means that if scientists can figure out how to directly affect this gene, they may be able to give you a pill that makes it seem as if you've been dieting and exercising without actually doing any work.

Which sounds like kinda a bad idea, but if that's what it takes to stay forever young, we guess it'll have to do.

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Kate Walsh Gets Naked For SHAPE

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Kate Walsh Shape

Did Playboy and SHAPE mix up their covers this month? Ha!

Kate Walsh is covering the women's health magazine's March issue in the nude and at 44-years-old, she looks incredible! In a candid interview, she spoke about issues including plastic surgery, smoking, dieting and, oh yeah, why she decided to get nakie in front of the entire world! When asked about her decision to disrobe for the camera, she replied:

"I was terrified, but I really wanted to do a naked cover — especially with SHAPE, because the magazine is about loving yourself inside and out. Right now, I feel really healthy, confident, and sexy. I'n enjoying my 40s and wanted to share that. Is it a mid life crisis? I do drive a porsche, so maybe it is!"

If you're wondering what her diet secret for maintaining that ideal body is, it's not a fad diet like Atkins. Yeah, she's tried a bunch of those, but like most people who do the same, they didn't work out too well. After attempting to undergo a weeklong juice cleanse for a total of 7 hours, she adopted a smarter approach and relies on portion control, explaining:

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Sh*t Dieters Say

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We feel your pain on this one.

Continuing with Shiz People Say, a dieter is having trouble avoiding all the temptations The Grove in El Lay has to offer.

For Jarrett Hill, all the goodies and sweets at The Farmers Market are too much to handle!

For ice cream, to free M&M's, to milkshakes, this place can be a dieter's worse nightmare!

Check out the video above and subscribe to Jarret's YouTubechannel!

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Majority Of New Year's Dieters Have Given Up On Their Resolution

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New Years Dieting

Good grief, people! It's only been two weeks!

A study released from weightloss firm XLS-Medical has found that approximately 92% of those who resolved to go on a diet and lose weight in 2012 have ALREADY given up!

The majority of the people surveyed revealed they could not stick to their diet for more than 5 days and blamed hunger as the main cause, plus boredom and alcohol.

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Study Reveals How People Who Lost Weight Successfully Keep It Off

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Keeping Weight off

Attention dieters: There is hope!

Data from National Weight Control Registry shows it's way more possible than most people think to lose weight and keep it off. Just ask the registry's 10,000 participants who lost at least 30 lbs. and haven't found it for a year or longer!

In the most recent study, researchers analyzed about 3,000 men and women who successfully maintained their weight for 10 years after an losing an average of lost 69 pounds. Through a questionnaire, participants revealed the techniques for maintaing the figure they worked so hard as:

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