In our previous blog post we discussed the many benefits of a daily supplement of Pure Trans Resveratrol; however you may be wondering if you personally should be taking Resveratrol. The simple answer to this question is ‘yes’, we would recommend that any adult aged 35 years or over should take Resveratrol. And as for the not so simple answer…
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If you are a health-conscious individual who exercises regularly, avoids foods that are terrible for you, and pays attention to the latest developments in the world of dietary supplements, you have almost certainly heard of resveratrol. Resveratrol, a natural antioxidant found in grapes (and thus wine), peanuts, dark chocolate, tea leaves, and certain berries, has […] Continue Reading →
As a supplement user, you try to keep up on all the latest literature and the common terms, but it can be difficult, since there is a lot of information to absorb, and you are probably neither a nutritionist nor a chemistry professor. So you make do with what you can find online and on […] Continue Reading →
If you are serious about your health, you know you should avoid eating poisonous garbage – no matter how tasty – and exercise enough to burn off your jiggly parts. You should also take time to seek out and learn about dietary supplements that help your body function at its peak, no matter what age you are.
During your research, you will almost certainly come across a ton of information about resveratrol supplements. What you learn – countless health benefits, anti-aging properties, protection against cancer and cardiovascular disease – might fill you with excitement, expectancy, and hope.
Or…maybe it won’t. Maybe your eyes will glaze over, your jaw will slacken, and you’ll drool on your chin. Continue Reading →
Cholesterol, Particle Size LDL, and Trans-Resveratrol – A Natural Supplement That Can Save Lives!
The arguments about the causes of heart attacks are still raging. Most doctors believe that prescribing statins — which carry terrible side effects — to patients with high cholesterol is the best way to prevent heart attacks. Unfortunately, there are many contributing factors to heart disease, and any method that predicts heart attacks based solely on cholesterol levels is dangerously inaccurate and imprecise, and leaves much to be desired. Were such methods effective, the rise in statin prescriptions should have lowered the instances of heart attack dramatically. In fact, the opposite is true; the number of heart attacks in the U.S. is on the rise. Continue Reading →