RESVERATROL Supreme 1200 mg
1 Bottle, 60 Capsules
Made in USA
- Extends longevity of life as well as assist with healthy aging
- Improves and boosts energy level
- Aids in the process of weight loss and speeds up your metabolism
- Less visible signs wrinkles that come with aging
- Antioxidant properties and anti-inflammatory capacity
- Works as an anti inflammatory
Resveratrol History & Research:
In 1940, resveratrol was identified in the roots of a Japanese plant called white hellebore (Veratrum grandiflorum O. Loes) by Takaoka. In 1963, resveratrol was identified in the roots of a traditional Chinese and Japanese medicinal plant called Japanese knotweed. The Japanese knotweed is sometimes called ko-jo-kon in Japanese or Polygonum cuspidatum in Latin. It has been used to help with a wide range of afflictions, including fungal infections, various skin and inflammations. After researchers discovered resveratrol in red wine and thus in grape skins, the red grape became the first choice when making resveratrol supplements. Grape seed extract with resveratrol was the first resveratrol supplement available. It was only later that the Japanese knotwood was discovered to contain resveratrol. It’s true that the best source of resveratrol is red grapes, but this doesn’t mean that it’s the only source. In fact, you’ll get resveratrol from peanuts, peanut butter, blueberries, and even dark chocolate. But before you go ahead and indulge on your favorite chocolate snack, know that the amount of resveratrol in these foods is lesser than what is found in red grapes. Therefore, eating dark chocolate desserts will only give you a fraction of resveratrol alongside fattening ingredients. Blueberries sure are healthy, but it’s a bit expensive too.
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Resveratrol can benefit the body, but only in the right amount. This is why resveratrol supplements are recommended if you wish to know how effective this antioxidant can really be. Of course, you’ll still choose to eat the food sources of resveratrol, but you’ll’t expect these to show the same results unless you eat a very large quantity. If you’re planning to do that, remember the fact that dark chocolate requires sugar for its taste to be good, At the same time as not all peanut butter variants are made of pure peanuts. There’s no point in trying to be healthy if you’re going to eat alternatives that may have a large number of oil or sugar added to it. If you are like many, and want the daily benefits of resveratrol without the alcohol or calories found in red wine, then Resveratrol is a great choice! Resveratrol is convenient to take daily, gives you all the health benefits of resveratrol, and is a safe and effective alternative to red wine.
Health Benefits of Resveratrol:
Slowing the aging process – Resveratrol may improve health and longevity by mimicking calorie restriction in our diets. Caloric restriction is a dietary regimen that improves age related health and slows the aging process. Studies have found that Resveratrol may activate the SIR2 (In humans and mammals Sir2 is known as SIRT1) genes which might underlie the effect of calorie restriction.
Reducing inflammation – Studies reported in The FASEB Journal by Scientists from Scotland and Singapore reported that resveratrol may stop inflammation with a one-two punch by preventing two molecules, sphingosine kinase and phospholipase D, known to trigger inflammation.
Resveratrol and Brain Health:
A study by John Hopkins University, concludes that resveratrol levels may be a key player in protecting the brain right through a stroke by elevating specific enzyme levels. At the same time as research at Cornell University, indicates that resveratrol has the unique ability to decrease plaque formation. Again, resveratrol offers potential for decreasing the body’s inflammation response by essentially blocking pathways that allow for significant inflammation to take place, according to research reported in a 2009 FSAEB Journal abstract.
Resveratrol and Diabetes:
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has wrapped up some interesting research carried out on resveratrol’s effects on diabetes. The 2009 study suggests that resveratrol can help lower blood sugar levels and help the body maintain better insulin levels.
Resveratrol and Weight Loss:
Many people say Resveratrol assists to increase a person’s metabolism. Your metabolism plays a large role in how impulsively you shed excess. When you have a speedy metabolism it breaks down food more impulsively so fewer calories are absorbed and converted into fat.
Resveratrol is also said to help boost your energy level. When your energy level is increased you are more likely to sustain exercise and movement longer. Weight loss, although difficult to incorporate, is actually a fairly simple process. Just understand that calories in means calories out. This means in order to lose weight you have to burn more calories than you take in.
Resveratrol is also suggested to help suppress your appetite. The leading cause of obesity is eating too much, so if you’ll suppress your appetite and exercise ceaselessly, then you have the odds in your favor to start losing that weight.
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per container: 30
Proprietary Blend – 1,200 mg: Resveratrol (from polygonum cuspidatum, standardized extract), Pomegranate, Green Tea, Quercetin (from Citrus Bioflavonoids), Grape Seed Extract (standardized for polyphenois), Acai (4:1 extract), Enzymes.
OTHER INGREDIENTS: Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin
Directions: Take one capsule twice daily 30 minutes before meals with an 8 oz glass of water.
CAUTION: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT USE IF SAFETY SEAL IS DAMAGED OR MISSING. STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE.
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