Wednesday, September 2, 2009

The Growing Popularity of Resveratrol And What It Could Mean To You

By Savage Kennedy

I'm sure by now you've heard of Resveratrol if you've been searching for an anti aging product. Known as an anti aging wonder, resveratrol has actually been around for many centuries. But more attention has been given to it because of its powerful antioxidant attributes.

How was Resveratrol discovered? Studies were coming in from the people of France, China and Japan that their reports showed far less cardiovascular diseases compared to other parts of the world. Their secret? A large quantity of the red grape, cranberries, blueberries, mulberries and red wine in their diets.

Now we know that Resveratrol is a very potent antioxidant packed full of health benefits and helps in the prevention of many diseases like Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease, cancer and diabetes to name a few.

Studies on lab mice showed the same positive health benefits as man is experiencing with no reports of side effects on either side.

If you are on blood thinning medications be sure to ask your physician or pharmacist before starting resveratrol.

Women will love the anti aging benefits of resveratrol because every woman desires to look younger than she is. It contains powerful antioxidants for younger, healthier looking skin.

Confirmed studies show that resveratrol is controlling the aging of skin cells and making wrinkles and age spots disappear! And if that wasn't enough, resveratrol is also known for increased energy, which in turn is linked to substantial weight loss.

Renowned Dermatologist, Dr. Nicholas Perricone says, "Antioxidants can impede and even repair the damage to skin cells that come with aging, and soft, radiant and younger-looking skin is the gratifying result."

Red wine is packed full of antioxidants but because we can't drink our way to health, taking resveratrol in pill form is the solution. Did you know that a daily dose of resveratrol is equal to the antioxidant benefits of 1,000 bottles of red wine?

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