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Health Benefits of Resveratrol


Do you wonder how to slow aging? Would you like to improve your overall health or simply just feel and look younger and be more energetic? Read below about the numerous health benefits of Resveratrol.


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Health Benefits of Resveratrol

What is Resveratrol and How can We Benefit?

The more we learn about the overwhelming record of safety and the wide-ranging health benefits of resveratrol, the more promising its preventive and therapeutic benefits appear. chemical structure of trans-Resveratrol

Resveratrol (Molecular Formula: C14H12O3) is a common phytoalexin that is found in a few edible materials, such as grape skins, peanuts, and red wine. It is called a ‘phytoalexin’ because plants naturally produce this antibiotic agent to fight against bacteria and fungi caused by the environmental stress and the severe weather conditions.


"This could arguably be the biggest medical discovery since antibiotics!"

Dr. Sinclair
Dr. Sinclair

Resveratrol isn’t called “nature’s perfect supplement” for nothing. Harvard University released a clinical study proving that resveratrol may slow the aging process and extend the human life span. It contains Omega fatty acids – the same medically recommended fats found in fish oil, olive oil and flaxseed. Resveratrol also contains a generous amount of fiber which promotes a healthy digestive system and helps cleanse your system of fatty foods. More importantly, resveratrol has been reported to have a wide range of biological and pharmacological properties.


If you use resveratrol, the possibilities for increased energy & rapid weight loss are extremely high. It might also counter the effects of a high-fat diet and may aid in treating and preventing obesity, similar to a low calorie diet.

Weight Loss Benefits of Resveratrol

The suppression of estrogen metabolites contributes to a decrease in body fat and an increase in the ability to gain lean muscle, which stimulates metabolism to burn calories and fat much more quickly. Incidentally, its ability to inhibit the enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen can provide a natural solution to the problem of estrogen excess in men. With estrogen suppressed, testosterone levels get that slight boost needed to lose fat and gain muscle. Using Acai Berry or a Colon Cleanse along with Resveratrol can greatly increase weight loss!


Cardiovascular benefits of Resveratrol

French Paradox It has been speculated that dietary resveratrol could be an explanation for the so-called “French paradox” (the surprising low incidence of coronary heart disease in France, despite a diet rich in saturated fats). David Sinclair of Harvard Medical School was the first to find that the unhealthy effects of a high-fat diet can be counterbalanced by resveratrol. Research results are consistent with the notion that trans-resveratrol may contribute to the presumed protective role of red wine against atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease CHD. Low to moderate consumption of red wine reportedly has a relatively greater benefit than other alcoholic beverages in the prevention of atherosclerosis and CHD. Those who drink other alcoholic beverages than red wine have shown higher risk for CHD. Some of the functions of Resveratrol on the cardiovascular system are:

  • suppresses platelet aggregation i.e. reduces the risk of developing blood clots
  • inhibits the oxidation of low-density lipoproteins
  • modulates vascular cell function
  • inhibits LDL oxidation
  • reduces myocardial damage during ischemia-reperfusion
  • decreases cardiac arrhythmias and relaxes human coronary bypass grafts

Results from studies suggest that resveratrol is able to protect the cardiovascular system by multiple other ways not mentioned above. There is an increasing experimental effort toward defining its beneficial effects.


Anti-cancer benefits of Resveratrol

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the USA. Resveratrol is known to hinder all three stages – initiation, promotion and progression – of the development of cancer (carcinogenesis). It has been shown that resveratrol and some of its analogs interfere with signal transduction pathways, modulate cell cycle-regulating proteins, and is a potent inducer of apoptosis in multiple carcinoma cell lines. Anticancer effects of resveratrol were confirmed in vitro studies in virtually every type of human cancer on which it was tested, including leukemia, melanoma, prostate, ovary, breast, cervix, esophagus, and lung. Animal studies showed that resveratrol exerts significant antitumor effects, including slower tumor growth rate, longer animal survival time, and higher animal survival rate. It also enhances the effects of anti-cancer drugs while reducing their toxic side effects to healthy cells. Resveratrol appears to meet all criteria for an ideal natural anti-cancer substance:

  • oral consumption
  • low cost
  • little or no toxic effects in normal and healthy cells
  • high efficacy against multiple sites


Anti-inflammatory benefits of Resveratrol

Resveratrol is also considered to be a molecule with anti-inflammatory action, an effect attributed to suppression of prostaglandin (PG) biosynthesis. Inflammatory lung shows up as asthma, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Other results of inflammation include rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and psoriasis.

Life-Extension Potential of Resveratrol

“The simple fact that there are genes that control aging is really one of the most important discoveries in the last decade or more. Exciting, because the genes are activated by a red wine ingredient called resveratrol. ” – Dr. Sinclair

Dr. Oz talks about the Health benefits of resveratrol

Dr. Oz talks to Oprah about the health benefits of resveratrol

One of the major impediments to faster progress in anti-aging research is the time required to prove that a substance has life-prolonging effects. Resveratrol helps prevent cellular damage caused by free radicals. It has also been found that calorie restriction regimens and calorie restriction-mimetics, like resveratrol, trigger sirtuins which account for improved mitochondria function and anti-aging effects. Sirtuins seem to control a cornucopia of desirable functions in cells that lead to benefits ranging from obesity and diabetes to Alzheimer's and cancer. It was found that food supplementation with resveratrol delayed the age-dependent decay of locomotor activity, cognitive performances and reduced brain degeneration in short-lived vertebrate.


Resveratrol and Alzheimer’s Disease

The role of resveratrol in Alzheimer's disease is still vague, although some studies on red wine bioactive compounds suggest that resveratrol modulates multiple mechanisms of Alzheimer's pathology. Emerging literature indicates that mechanisms of aging and Alzheimer's disease are intricately linked and that these mechanisms can be modulated by both calorie restriction regimens and calorie restriction mimetic like resveratrol.


Other Beneficial Effects of Resveratrol

In addition to its unparalleled potential mentioned above, resveratrol has a number of other beneficial effects including:

  • anti-infective benefits against certain fungi and viruses (herpes simplex)
  • neuroprotective qualities including protection from noise-induced hearing loss
  • modulates pathomechanisms that debilitate neurological disorders and Huntington's disease
  • helps treat and prevent diabetes through increased insulin sensitivity and lower blood glucose
  • increases energy production in cells, fights fatigue and boosts energy levels
  • lowers the rate of liver problems, type 2 diabetes and other health problems related to obesity
  • helps prevent retinopathy, which causes blindness and kidney failure
  • helps prevent kidney disease
  • alleviates arthritic pain and discomfort
  • promotes optimum health helping us live better and longer lives
  • increases mental clarity protects human cells from severe heat stress by inducing the “Heat-Shock Response”. The heat-shock response is implicated in a variety of conditions including ischemic diseases, infection and immunity, neurodegeneration, and aging.




Resveratrol appears to be very effective in the prevention and treatment of many human ailments. Its life-prolonging properties have been shown in yeast and fruit flies, but they are harder to prove in human studies because of the time factor. Some studies showed that doses of 300mg are non-toxic and safe. However, mega doses of 3000mg can cause a lot of abnormalities. For preventive and anti-aging purposes reasonable dosages for humans appear to be in the range of 1 to 10 mg per day. Greater amounts of resveratrol might be needed for therapeutic purposes. There have been no reports of negative side effects, however you should always consult your physician before using any new dietary supplement (particularly if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medications), just to be sure.

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