Resveratrol belongs to the phytoalexin class of phytochemicals. Resveratrol is found in grapevines (Vitis vinifera L). It occurs in the vines, roots, seeds and stalks, but its highest concentration is in grape skins. Wine also contains resveratrol. Preliminary research results demonstrate that resveratrol may have anti-infective, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. Researchers believe that resveratrol is partially responsible for the cholesterol-lowering effects of red wine. Epidemiologic and clinical studies suggest that high consumption of resveratrol-rich foods may result in reduced cardiovascular disease risk, lowered total cholesterol, and lowered LDL cholesterol. Resveratrol's antioxidant properties may again be the mechanism at work in reducing the oxidation of LDL cholesterol.
Food Sources Pregnant and nursing women should not take resveratrol.
View Research related to Reservatrol.
Products containing Reservatrol
Best Trans-Resveratrol 200 featuring ResVinol-25™ (200 mg)
Candida Complex 90 Capsules
Clinical Nutrients 50-Plus Men Iron-Free 120 Tablets
Diamond Etern-L Anti-Aging (Renew Yourself Within) 42 Tablets
6-week supply Servings
Extension Resveratrol 300mg 30 Capsules
Grapeseed Extract with Resveratrol & Pterostilbene 60 VegiCaps
Optimized Resveratrol with Synergistic Grape-Berry Actives 60 VegiCaps
Resveratrol Antioxidant 150 Capsules
Resveratrol Complex 90 Capsules
Cautions Pregnant and nursing women should not take resveratrol.