It has long been known that the French consume a greater amount of saturated fats, yet suffer a lower incidence of age-related diseases. Researchers have termed this “The French Paradox” and some have proposed that the greater amount of red wine consumed by the French protects them against aging. The intensive search for the actual anti-aging factor has identified a highly concentrated compound called resveratrol in the skin of red grapes. Resveratrol continues to gain exposure in the popular media as we learn more about this anti-aging “miracle molecule.” Resveratrol activates a gene called SIRT1 (Silent Information Regulator of Transcription) which has been nicknamed “The Fountain of Youth Gene.” SIRT1 increases cellular biogenesis and decreases the oxidative stress that causes the age related cell deterioration. Not all forms of resveratrol are created equal! Ordinary resveratrol is a very sensitive/unstable molecule that is poorly absorbed, quickly deactivated by the liver, and short-lived in plasma. This patent-pending resveratrol complex contains the added power of quercitin and pterostilbene which act as synergistic antioxidants when combined with resveratrol.
Resveratrol 30 mg with Quercetin 250 mg and Pterostilbene 125 mg.
Take two capsules daily.
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