What are Polyphenols?
Polyphenols are a family of biogenic chemicals that are derivative of plants. They are taking the world by storm as an all natural means of supplementing your diet, in a way that broadens and enhances your nutritional palette. Their uses once digested appear to come in a broad range and have seen them show connections to functions of the bodies’ natural defence mechanisms, such as oxidative stress, and certain polyphenols have been linked to aspects of weight management. Needless to say, they appear to have potential in the supplement world going forward, and one of the most promising among their family is Resveratrol.
So what is Resveratrol?
Resveratrol is a specific polyphenol that occurs in particularly high quantities in red berries such as grapes and raspberries. You may remember a friend once telling you that drinking red wine is good for your health? Well, this is why! The fermentation process used to make red wine enhances the Resveratrol in the red grapes used to make it! That is also why we have the concept of the ‘French Paradox’, which is a term used to describe western disbelief at how European countries, such as France and Spain, seem to consist a diet fairly rich in sugar, yet seem to exhibit signs of greater health from the volumes of red wine they consume! Resveratrol is in largely deficient in more western diets, which allows it to present itself as a promising invigorating compound, with which to amplify one's’ sense of wellness and radiance and achieve greater nutrition.
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Resveratrol’s amazing wholeness promoting properties are diverse in their nature. This necessitates being able to express them all in terms of forms of function. Here are three specific themes which help to illustrate just why Resveratrol is such a talking point in the supplement world, and why it’s benefits are being considered by so many!
Full List of Ingredients
Resveratrol (50%0, Bulking Agent (Rice Flour), Capsule Shell (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose), Grape Skin (1% Red Wine Polyphenols)
Consume two capsules per day, preferably with meals. Resveratrol should be taken as part of a balanced diet. Product can be ingested on its own, or when submerged in an aqueous solution. Do not exceed the recommended dose unless instructed to by a physician. Resveratrol pure is sourced from 100% red wine extract.
Resveratrol should be taken as part of a balanced diet, and should not be consumed as a meal replacement supplement. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have any serious illnesses, please consult a physician before consuming this product. If you have any specific allergies or dietary requirements, please carefully read the full ingredients list. Resveratrol is suitable for consumption by vegans and vegetarians.