Red wine is not only good for the heart, but it also gives you a boost of energy, according to a new study.
The study looked at the effects of a red wine made with red algae called “Ketos” in mice that were fed a diet of fat-free breads, rice and vegetables.
The keto diet helped boost their metabolism, according the study published in The American Journal of Physiology.
But red wine isn’t the only red wine that can be used to help keto.
Some people have used red wine to treat anxiety, depression and even PTSD.
For example, researchers in Switzerland have been using wine made from the grape grape to treat people with chronic pain.
They found that the combination of red wine and the plant’s compounds can relieve anxiety, anxiety symptoms and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in mice.
“This is a really interesting study that demonstrates the ability of red-wine extracts to stimulate and treat anxiety in mice,” said study researcher Dr. Sebastian Biermann.
“This could be a really powerful tool for patients suffering from anxiety disorders or PTSD.”
Bierman, who is based in Switzerland, said that there is a growing interest in red wine as a way to help people on keto because of its therapeutic properties.
“People who are using wine as an aid to improve mood and energy are getting lots of positive feedback from patients, so there is lots of interest in this,” he said.
“But there is also a growing body of evidence that wine can also be a very good alternative to cigarettes.”