Here’s to your health

Inspired by his father’s deteriorating heart condition and motivated by a long family history of cardiovascular ailments, Larry Cagle, Jr. searched medical journals and university studies for articles on cardiovascular health. One particular article, “The French Paradox”, suggests that moderate daily consumption of red wine, over a prolonged period of time, reduced the occurrence of heart disease in the French people by up-to forty-percent. The study credited Resveratrol (rez-VER-a-trawl) as the chemical component primarily responsible for the heart healthy benefits of red wine.