Resveratrol Full Spectrum Tablets

Resveratrol found in japanese knotweed and grape skins has become the darling of anti-aging community. Renowned for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, chemoprotective, cardiovascular benefits and so much more. We use a 50% knotweed extract which contains a variety of compounds which will help aid in the absorption and utilization of the resveratrol. 100mg per tablets take 1-4 for best results.

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These tablets feature a japanese knotweed extract which is 50% resveratrol. Each tablet contains 100mg of resveratrol. Take 1-4 tablets for best results. Resveratrol is most famous for being the polyphenol from grape skins that makes red wine so healthy. It is an exercise-mimetic meaning it can convey the benefits of working out without having to do so. This benefits include cardiovascular benefits, neuroprotective benefits, anti-carcinogenic and anti-proliforative effects. Subjectively you feel mental clarity, focus and brain fog lifts and floats off. Fasting is the latest health trend and resveratrol actually mimics fastings benefits by activating the same sirtuin epigenetic pathway. The darling of the anti-aging community and now you can find out why. Our resveratrol is absorbed and utilized better than most because it is less processed and refined.

Combine with


NAD+

Together they will protect telomeres and reduce their shortening. Both promote healthy aging and kickstart mitochondria into optimal metabolic function. Find your NAD+ Nasal Spray here.

Blueberry Full Spectrum Pterostilbene

An even more powerful stilbenoid from blueberry. We use 60mg of Pterilstilbene with 200mg of a 10:1 blueberry extract to make a full spectrum antioxidant tablet much better absorbed and utilized. Pterostilbene can penetrate the blood brain barrier and therefore is even more neuroprotective. It is a little better absorbed than resveratrol but together they can be incredibly powerful and effective. You can find Pterostilbene here.

Benefits


General:

 

Pterostilbene vs. Resveratrol


Due to two methoxy groups in its skeleton, pterostilbene is more lipophilic than resveratrol and thus possesses higher intestinal permeability and cellular uptake and enhanced stability. Moreover, pterostilbene exhibits less toxicity and fewer adverse effects, providing it with superior potential in cancer chemoprevention and chemotherapy applications. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32064876/

Cancer


Resveratrol also exhibit antitumor activity, and is considered a potential candidate for prevention and treatment of several types of cancer. Indeed, resveratrol anticancer properties have been confirmed by many in vitro and in vivo studies, which shows that resveratrol is able to inhibit all carcinogenesis stages (e.g., initiation, promotion and progression).

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6164842/

 

Neurological Health


While the elderly segment of the population continues growing in importance, neurodegenerative diseases increase exponentially. Lifestyle factors such as nutrition, exercise, and education, among others, influence ageing progression, throughout life. Notably, the Central Nervous System (CNS) can benefit from nutritional strategies and dietary interventions that prevent signs of senescence, such as cognitive decline or neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s Disease. The dietary polyphenol Resveratrol (RV) possesses antioxidant and cytoprotective effects, producing neuroprotection in several organisms. The oxidative stress (OS) occurs because of Reactive oxygen species (ROS) accumulation that has been proposed to explain the cause of the ageing. One of the most harmful effects of ROS in the cell is DNA damage. Nevertheless, there is also evidence demonstrating that OS can produce other molecular changes such as mitochondrial dysfunction, inflammation, apoptosis, and epigenetic modifications, among others. Interestingly, the dietary polyphenol RV is a potent antioxidant and possesses pleiotropic actions, exerting its activity through various molecular pathways. In addition, recent evidence has shown that RV mediates epigenetic changes involved in ageing and the function of the CNS that persists across generations. Furthermore, it has been demonstrated that RV interacts with gut microbiota, showing modifications in bacterial composition associated with beneficial effects.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33571701/

 

Quantity

Sample, 30 count

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