ResverAge® «Redwine complex» capsule
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Redwine complex

The full power of red wine

Resveratrol

The full force of red wine

There is one superstar that stands out among the “new phytamins”: a polyphenol called resveratrol. It’s the main active ingredient in red wine, and as a natural inhibitor of Cox-2, an extremely harmful enzyme, its anti-inflammatory potential is unsurpassed. With an anti-oxidative effect 70 times stronger than vitamin C, resveratrol has also been shown in numerous animal studies to exhibit anti-aging potential through simulated calorie restriction. Resveratrol caused a stir worldwide when the so-called “French paradox” was first researched: despite smoking and eating a diet rich in fats, people in France suffered fewer heart attacks due to their consumption of red wine. 

Grapes

Resveratrol is also an all-natural, extremely effective antioxidant. It goes to work directly in the mitochondria, the ‘power plants’ of the cells, helping to neutralize free radicals and stimulate the body’s oxidation protection system.

Resveratrol possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative and cell-protective qualities. It helps prevent the oxidation of LDL-cholesterol and its storage in the blood vessel walls. This is particularly beneficial for heart and liver health, as well as brain health.   

Resveratrol goes to work directly in the mitochondria, the ‘power plants’ of the cells, helping to neutralize free radicals and stimulate the body's oxidation protection system. 

Resveratrol slows down the aging process of cells

Recent research suggests that resveratrol may also offer protection against Alzheimer's.  Additionally, a recent study showing improvement of blood flow in the brachial artery of overweight subjects with dramatic hypertension impressively confirmed the positive effects of resveratrol. Further human clinical trials report interesting findings nearly every day: this polyphenol has been also been found to improve blood circulation in the brain, as well as launch a mechanism of defense against heart attacks and activate apoptosis (cell death) in tumor tissue.  Resveratrol also has an effect on blood platelet activity similar to that of aspirin, thus helping to prevent the formation of blood clots. 

The polyphenol resveratrol is a naturally occurring, extremely effective antioxidant.

Another unique property of resveratrol has attracted major interest in the realm of anti-aging medicine: it may help slow down the aging process of cells. This amazing polyphenol is the only known substance to activate a specific longevity gene called SIRT1, helping to increase the lifespan of the body's cells. It’s also a recognized calorie restriction (CR) mimetic that simulates calorie restriction, helping to improve metabolic health. 

The reduction of energy (calorie) intake along with a whole food diet is one of the best- known and most thoroughly-validated therapeutic approaches to prolonging the human lifespan. Calorie restriction also triggers an enhanced DNA repair process inside the cell, prolonging the lifespan of each individual cell, and the organism as a whole.

Since 1989 alone, over 3000 publications on the different areas of action of resveratrol have been released.

All of these properties contribute to resveratrol's status as the ultimate anti-aging compound.

Quercetin

This flavonoid with anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties helps protect the blood vessels, including those in the eye, and inhibits the production of cancer. 

Green tea (catechins)

Catechins

The main active ingredients of green tea, catechins have a protective effect on the blood vessels of the heart and brain. They also fight viruses and bacteria and discourage the absorption of fatty environmental toxins, providing protection against cancer.  

Grape seeds

OPC

Another free radical scavenger found in grape seeds, OPC is approximately twenty times stronger than vitamin C and fifty times stronger than vitamin E. OPC is also able to pass through the protective blood-brain barrier and may help protect brain tissue health, possibly protecting against Alzheimer's.     

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