Benefits of Resveratrol

The benefits of resveratrol

Resveratrol, a polyphenol in red wine, one of the ingredients in Glamour Nutrition’s ANTI-AGE has been reported as having anti aging and properties. It is mostly consumed as a nutritional supplement, and its mechanism of action has been researched by many scientific studies. Some recent data provide interesting insights into the effect of this compound on the lifespan. Displaying the potential of resveratrol as an anti-aging agent and a strong anti-inflammatory product. Of course healthy diet and lifestyle is strongly recommended in prevention of such conditions. Most recent studies recommend the use of resveratrol in the prevention and treatment of diseases that afflict humans, particularly as they age. anti-aging-Resveratrol-under-eye-bags-reduce-wrinkles Resveratrol as a supplement, also shares a lot of other beneficial effects. Such as reducing the occurrence of osteoporosis, more over beneficially influencing fat cell production (in favor of long-term fat loss) and modulating blood pressure; usually a reduction of blood pressure. According to a 2012 Canadian study, resveratrol supplementation could provide similar skeletal muscle benefits as endurance training. In addition the study, conducted over a 12-week period on rats, found that resveratrol supplementation also resulted in an increase of endurance, oxidative metabolism, and enhanced cardiac function. Furthermore, the combination of endurance training with resveratrol supplementation resulted in a performance increase of 21%. healthy-aging-biotin-collagen-clear-skin-Anti-aging-medicine Exercise, protein supplementation, & healthy aging Biotin - The Life Vitamin  Hydrolyzed Collagen: Biological Effect on Bone Metabolism Taurine - The Wonder Molecule Benefits of Collagen! Myths about nutritional supplements RFERENCES Cell Volume 148, Issue 3, 3 February 2012, Pages 421-433 Molecular Nutrition and Food Research Volume 49, Issue 5 May 2005 Pages 405–430 The Journal of Physiology Volume 590, Issue 11 June 2012 Pages 2783–2799