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Preliminary studies have found that people who drink red wine, which contains resveratrol, are at lower risk of death from heart disease. Because of its antioxidant activity and its effect on platelets, some researchers believe that resveratrol is the protective agent in red wine.1, 2, 3 Resveratrol research remains very preliminary, however, and as yet there is no evidence that the amounts found in supplements help prevent atherosclerosis in humans.
1. Bertelli AA, Giovanninni L, Bernini W, et al. Antiplatelet activity of cis-resveratrol. Drugs Exp Clin Res 1996;22(2):61-3.
2. Chen CK, Pace-Asciak. CR. Vasorelaxing activity of resveratrol and quercetin in isolated rat aorta. Gen Pharm 1996;27(2):363-6.
3. Pace-Asciak CR, Rounova O, Hahn SE, et al. Wines and grape juices as modulators of platelet aggregation in healthy human subjects. Clin Chim Acta 1996;246(1-2):163-82.
Resveratrol, a compound found primarily in red wine, is a naturally occurring antioxidant.
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Serving Size: 1 Veggie Capsule
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|Pro-Longevity Factors 2 Proprietary Blend |
Organic French Red Grape & Vine [Vitis vinifera (Full Spectrum Polyphenol Profile)], Muscadine USDA Certified Organic Red Grape & Seed [Vitis rotundifolia (Grape Pomace)], Trans-Resveratrol [Organic French Red Grape & Vine (Vitis vinifera) and wild natural Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum)], Standardized to a minimum of 50% purity, containing no less than 250mg of the Trans-Resveratrol Isomer.
|*Daily Value not established.|
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