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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Resveratrol

Not to be outdone by other researchers who were discovering exciting things in the field of longevity, some scientists went on to claim that there must be an ingredient in red wine that helped people avoid heart attack and stroke. They isolated resveratrol and the rest is history. But not so fast! We don't know for sure that resveratrol is the factor that confers the advantage of longer life. But many people are turning with renewed enthusiasm to the wine of the month.

2 comments:

dhynesok said...

The wonder ingredient in wine is indeed resveratrol. The current studies performed by researchers have shown great promise for resveratrol treating the diseases of aging. There are numerous articles that I have linked to at my website - http://resveratrol.webiage.com - that document the findings for the potential health benefits in treating heart disease, cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, and other diseases.
Dr. Joseph Maroon, a neurosurgeon, has written a book entitled "The Longevity Factor, How Resveratrol and Red Wine Activate Genes for a Longer and Healthier Life" that offers a definitive look at recent scientific breakthroughs in the study of resveratrol and how research has shown its ability to stave off a wide variety of age-related diseases.
Concerning supplements containing a high quality and potency of resveratrol that is necessary to achieve the dosage levels utilized in the lab tests, there is a new product called Vivix. Shaklee Corporation, the number one natural nutrition company in the U.S. (http://www.shaklee.com/index.shtml), has produced a liquid resveratrol supplement that is 10 times stronger than resveratrol alone due to its patented formulation of polyphenols.
Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Oz are both users and promoters of Shaklee products and Oprah has featured Roger Barnett, Chairman and CEO of Shaklee (http://www.shaklee.com/company_lead_ceo.shtml), on her show.
So for a highly researched resveratrol supplement of exceptional quality, please visit - http://www.shaklee.net/davidhynes/vivix - to discover more about Vivix.

mike said...

intresting post about resveratol supplements.since Many people do not like to drink alcohol. It is possible to get resveratrol from a variety of foods.

Next time you need to skip the wine (maybe you are pregnant?) try 2-3 cups of dark grapes. On the other hand you can search for resveratrol capsules that you can take as well.

Much more information is available at http://resveratrol-supplement-review.blogspot.com/