Resveratrol from Reserveage
Resveratrol has been studied for its possible benefits after the "French Lifestyle" came under examination. Though the French tend to consume a diet higher in fats than in many other countries, they have an unexpectedly low incidence of heart disease. Many believe that the lower levels of heart disease may be linked to their consumption of red wine.
Resveratrol is found in the skin and seeds of the grapes. Thousands of clinical studies conducted by institutions such as the National Library of Medicine, Harvard University, the National Cancer Institute and the National Institute on Aging, have demonstrated its anti-aging and heart health benefits. The studies showed that resveratrol is an excellent antioxidant and its polyphenols and phytonutrients can help to genetically activate cell rejuvenation and increase the ability to fight retroviruses. Resveratrol has shown promise in its ability to stumulate SIRT1 longevity gene.
Reserveage has exclusive sources of organic French red grapes and wild Japanese knotweed. Each capsule acts as a cell protecting nutritional shield for the body to help fight environmental stress, toxins, and free radical damage.
Topic: The benefits of resveratrol which may help activate the SIRTI longevity gene.
Guest: Chris Obertlik - Education Specialist at Reserveage