More Evidence For Resveratrol Health Boost

by Malc on June 30, 2011

Resveratrol From Red Wine

Resveratrol From Red Wine

More evidence shows benefits of taking Resveratrol supplements – the anti-aging antioxidant derived from red wine.

A meta-study at the University of Florida showed that resveratrol appeared to have anti-aging, anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

The study aimed to collate all knowledge to date about the effects of resveratrol, and covered thousands of laboratory studies. This important task often serves to point out the general direction of a body of research: and the general direction of this research seems to point in the direction of supplementing with resveratrol.

Up to now, there have been few human studies involving resveratrol: so its benefits are not yet certain. Nearly all the studies have been on animals. But the potential benefits of resveratrol are undeniable.

The authors make the point that the apparent ability of resveratrol to lessen human frailties will become more important as 76 million baby boomers in the USA alone head towards older age.

University of Florida news article

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