Resveratrol and its many aging benefits

IAS News 15 March 2013 | 0 Comments

Resveratrol has been known to many of those who read our blog regularly for a while now. After all we have touted its many benefits on our website several times over the last 22 years that we have been in business. Now though it has been in the news as more and more people seem to recognize these benefits, so we thought it was time for a recap on the positives and how studies have proven time and time again what a worthwhile anti-aging agent this ingredient is.
Reveratrol is best known to be found in the skin of red grapes, but it can also be found in pomegranates and Japanese knotweed which is another popular dietary supplement. With all its anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being known to fight off antiviral infections, fighting cancers, protecting the heart, improve problems with diabetes, and help with Alzheimer’s disease by controlling the levels of plaque in the brain.
Recently a new study has put resveratrol back into the limelight, which is what may cause some problems for it being seen as a dietary supplement. Ten years of research from Harvard University has proven previous claims that resveratrol’s powers may come from being able to turns on the SIRT1 gene – which is known to recharge mitochondria.
Previous studies had shown this not to be the case, and that it had only happened due to the synthetic values of the chemical used to track the reaction, but this time naturally occurring amino acids were used and the same results were seen. Showing how effective this naturally occurring dietary supplement can be when used on a daily basis.
IAS sells Resveratrol Pro which is a natural product and is packed with many of the natural anti oxidants found in nature. Containing additional ingredients such as catechin, quercetin, and vitamin E, along with green tea extracts and apple skin providing more and more defense against heart disease and blood clots.

Tagged in , , ,

Leave a Reply

Copyright © 2013 International AntiAging Systems