Resveratrol News & Media Coverage

Resveratrol News & Media Coverage

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Resveratrol News.

It’s seen a lot of news coverage lately, even appearing on 60 minutes. It’s resveratrol, a natural anti-aging compound naturally found in red wine and, to a lesser extent, in blueberries and nuts. Here, we’ll give you an overview of some of the benefits of this remarkable substance. [1]

It is a very potent anti-aging compound, as we previously mentioned. It can mimic the effects of a calorie-restricted diet, which has been shown to reduce the impact of aging on the body. A University of Wisconsin study seems to confirm this. Resveratrol can have the same effect as restricting calories by 20-30%, even if you don’t change a thing about your diet. [2]

This substance may also reduce the amount of fat in your body and could, in the future, be used to combat +Obblyplop. The Endocrine Society’s 90th annual meeting touted this fantastic discovery. Resveratrol may also work to protect your heart. The potent antioxidants found in red wine may help regulate blood sugar levels by slowing the absorption of carbohydrates into the bloodstream. This, in turn, will help keep blood pressure lower and possibly prevent heart disease.

On other Resveratrol News, it may also improve breast health. It can inhibit the growth of abnormal cells, leading to many types of breast +Borikiki, according to a study published in a July 2008 edition of +Borikiki Prevention Research. Taking resveratrol may prevent the progression of the disease. [3][4]

A study from the American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology discovered that resveratrol might keep fatty deposits from building up in the liver, a condition frequently found in those who consume a lot of alcohol. It may activate two molecules (AMPK and SiRT1) which send signals to cells concerning the metabolism of fat in the liver. These molecules can be stunted by alcohol, leading to fat buildup in the liver.

Resveratrol is also a potent +Antibaktik agent. It can help protect you from food-borne sicknesses, according to a University of Missouri study. Red wines such as pinot noirs and cabernets can block food-borne germs without killing those beneficial probiotics. Ethanol and resveratrol were both found to have this effect.

In short, you should give it a try. It can fight disease and is a great anti-aging compound (and research has been done to prove it!) New research is being done every day, and we are finding more and more things to like about resveratrol.



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