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Natural Products Resveratrol, 250mg, 60 caps


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Studies from time to time have proved various health benefits offered by the red wine. Red wine can help in keeping the heart healthy. It is also offer protection against radiation.

Recent research has added one more point in long list of health benefits of red wine.

Researchers have found that red wine contains resveratrol, a natural antioxidant, that may help in preventing cancer and protects people heart and brain from getting damage.

This study was led by Lindsay Brown, an associate professor in the School of Biomedical Sciences at The University of Queensland.

The researchers also said that resveratrol in low dosages could improve cell survival as a mechanism of cardio- and neuro-protection, whereas high dosages raise cell death.

Prof Brown stated, “The key difference is probably the result of activation of the sirtuins in the nucleus. Low activation reverses age-associated changes, while high activation increases the process of apoptosis or programmed cell death to remove cellular debris.”

“Similar changes are seen with low-dose versus high-dose resveratrol: low-dose resveratrol produces cellular protection and reduces damage, while high-dose resveratrol prevents cancers,” said Brown.

Researchers found that low to moderate intake of red wine appears to lessen causes of death, while drinking red wine in excess quantity leads to multiple organ damage.

“Reports on the benefits of red wine are almost two centuries old.”

“Studies on the actions of resveratrol, one of the active non-alcoholic ingredients, were uncommon until research around 1997 showed prevention of cancers. This led to a dramatic interest in this compound,” Brown also said.

Dr. Brown said that resveratrol lessens age-related diseases including neurodegenerative diseases, inflammation, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

The findings on the red wine ingredient ‘resveratrol’ will be published in the September issue of ‘Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research’.

Resveratrol is also found in grapes, pomegranates and many other foods, which is known for lots of health benefits including anti-cancer, antiviral, neuroprotective, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory effects. It is also found in red wine, chocolate and green tea.

Resveratrol Benefits


Resveratrol is a substance found in red wine, among other foods. Recently, it has been featured on TV shows like 60 Minutes for its numerous health benefits.

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past 6 months or so, you've surely heard of the newly popular skin care and weight loss products containing resveratrol. The product isn't like many other products that rise to popularity quickly however, as it has gained its popularity mostly due to the excellent reports and research statements from some of the nations respected facilities. Add to this a glowing special done by Barbara Walters and the recent backing of the product by Oprah and medical sidekick Dr. Oz, and what you've got is a recipe for success!

Resveratrol has been shown to have beneficial anti-cancer and anti-aging effects when taken as a supplement. Studies have also shown that resveratrol led to significant boosts in the athletic performance and endurance of athletes.

Resveratrol & the "French Paradox"

Resveratrol has been thought to be responsible for the so-called "French paradox". Although the French consume an incredibly high amount of saturated fat in their daily diets (on average 4 times as much butter and 3 times as much pork), the incidence of heart disease is considerably lower. The French are known for their high intake of red wine (which contains resveratrol!).

Researchers at Cornell University have shown that supplementing your diet with resveratrol leads to a reduction in plaque formation in human brains. By reducing plaque formation, resveratrol is able to reduce your likelihood of developing Alzheimer's disease and other related neurodegenerative diseases.

Resveratrol Provides An Incredible Range of Benefits

Some of the extra benefits that resveratrol reports claim that it offers include:

  • lowering the risk of heart disease
  • lowering cholesterol levels
  • boosting the metabolism and helping speed attempted weight loss
  • increasing sex drive
  • helping protect against Alzheimer's disease

It definitely sounds too good to be true when first hearing it all, but if you do the research, all of the research and reports are from well respected, leaders-in-the-industry type people who would have nothing to gain by over-exaggerating a bit about a product.

How To Introduce More Resveratrol Into Your Diet

With all of its health promoting benefits, resveratrol is unquestionably one of the most beneficial antioxidant vitamins out there.

Resveratrol is found naturally in grape skin and seeds, so drinks like white and red wines are a good source. You can also find resveratrol present in peanuts and peanut butter. Taking a resveratrol supplement is also a great way to introduce it into your diet. Resveratrol comes from the skin of the grapes that are used in the creation of particular red wines and are largely to thank for the many reports over the past few years that stated that a glass or two of red wine per day is actually good for you.


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