Resveratrol PLUS

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Resveratrol PLUS
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Applications for Health Improvement

  • Methylation helps improve absorption and stability
  • Powerful Antioxidant Support
  • Supports the body's anti-inflammatory response
  • Supports Healthy Cellular Function
  • Produces Changes Associated with Longer Lifespan (including activation of sirtuins)
  • Supports Cardiovascular/Neurological Health


60 Vegetarian Capsules

Resveratrol is found in varying amounts in grapes, various berries, plums, peanuts (and pines). Resveratrol is a stilbenol derived from stilbene, a natural plant product. Stilbenols are polyphenolic compounds that have cell-protecting properties [1]. Oral resveratrol is rapidly metabolized via sulfate conjugation by the intestine/liver [2].

Resveratrol has also shown ability to produce changes associated with longevity. These include increased insulin sensitivity, reduced IGF-1, increased AMP-activated protein kinase and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma coactivator 1 alpha activity, increased mitochondrial number and improved motor function [3]. Resveratrol activates sirtuins including SIR2, a special longevity cellular [4] and SIRT1 that helps protect nerve cells [5].

Resveratrol’s numerous anti-inflammatory properties may explain why it has so many far-reaching health benefits. It inhibits synthesis and release of pro-inflammatory mediators, modifies eicosanoid synthesis, and inhibits activated immune cells [6].

Quercitin, pterostilbene and resveratrol are synergistic antioxidants, with quercitin seemingly aiding in the absorption of resveratrol [7]. Pterostilbene, a new focus of scientific research, is methylated resveratrol, a bio-optimized form that complements resveratrol and quercetin. These compounds are being extensively studied in the areas of cardiovascular health and aging.

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