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What is Resveratrol: Resveratrol is a polyphenol naturally found in the skin of red grapes, certain berries, and other plants. Scientific studies have shown that Resveratrol supports healthy cardiovascular function. Resveratrol, especially when combined with other polyphenols, is known for its anti-aging effects, as well as for its ability to support a healthy inflammatory response. Use of resveratrol mimics calorie restriction’s ability to trigger youthful gene expression, the process by which genes transmit signals that slow certain aspects of aging. As an antioxidant; resveratrol protects cardiovascular function by inhibiting ldl oxidation; upregulating nitric oxide synthesis; and the integrity of capillaries. Resveratrol has also been studied for its ability to activate phase 2 detoxification enzymes to maintain healthy cell replication and to modulate genes known to enhance life span.Why Supplement with Resveratrol:
The price is much more reasonable per dose than many others out there. Seems to be as good or better quality than the competition. Reveratrol is something you're not going to immediately "feel" so other than the scientific studys saying it's beneficial for your body, it's hard to say if it's doing much of anything. You're just hedging your bets that down the road and many years from now your body will reap the benefits of taking it religiously over time. I would recommend this companies product.There is some reviews that are saying it's not good because it's derived from Japanese knotweed instead of grapes. Here is what I've found on that subject:Japanese knotweed is an excellent source of resveratrol, the chemical compound found in grapes–except Japanese knotweed contains high concentrations of trans-resveratrol, the active form of the compound most useful to the body. Japanese knotweed is quickly becoming the preferred source of resveratrol.
Doctor recommended we use this & we are very pleased with product. He uses the exact same product. Husband & doctor get leg cramps & this product helps with them. I take it as well--who doesn't want a pure anti-aging, heart health & weight loss product with scientific backing? Mental Refreshment: 100% Pure Resveratrol - Heart Health, Weight Loss, Anti-Aging (1 Bottle)
I'm giving it 5 stars because it appears to be exactly what I ordered. I have no way to test the potency of this and won't know if it makes a real difference for a while. Easy to swallow capsules!
Have been using it for couple years and BP and cholestrol are down (Happy Doctor)
Capsules are very easy to swallow. Time will tell if resveratrol does for us what it has reportedly done for others. This is our 1st time with it. Results will have to wait for an update.
Great product. Love this. A buy again for me.
Wow another great product and I should take it all the time, it is the greatness of Memory and it does work. Thank you for fast delivery, great price and great product.Daniela J.
This is a well-packaged, high-quality product that provides me with the dosage of resveratrol that I wanted at a good price. The pills are small and easy to swallow, as well.
Resveratrol 1000mg 180 Capsules - 3 Month Supply - Best Value Antioxidant, We Like Vitamins
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MAX STRENGTH RESVERATROL 1000mg -180 CAPSULES FOR A 3 MONTH SUPPLY -100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE What is Resveratrol? Resveratrol is a member of a group of plant compounds called polyphenols. These compounds are thought to have antioxidant properties, protecting the body against damage. Resveratrol is found in the skin of red grapes, but other sources include peanuts and berries. What is Resveratrol used for? Resveratrol has gained a lot of attention for its reported antiaging and illness-combating benefits. Early research, mostly done in test tubes and in animals, suggests that resveratrol might help protect the body against inflammation. Resveratrol has also been linked to prevention of age-related problems. Order Now, there is no risk with 100% money back guarantee! *The results described are not typical and will vary based on a variety of factors. Results may vary. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Taking resveratrol for early signs of Parkinson's, after consulting physician. It is helping!Very happy with this brand
I've been taking Resveratrol for quite a few years now. I've never noticed any real difference in my well being but I understand that it is doing good things 'behind the scene' so to speak based on my research. I started using this brand a couple years ago because it was less expensive than the brand I was using and it seemed to have the strength and ingredients I wanted. Happy with it !!
Is beauty more than skin deep? Obviously I assumed the beauty of this DEAL was about the Quality as well as the Quantity, so I bought it on April 30th '17. I may never know, but so far I'm happy.
It doesn't state whether it's 50% or 90% or any %. (It just states on the label that it is a premium product at an affordable price.) It is not trans-resveratrol, which is the type that provides the benefits you read about. I did not do my research before purchasing. It may be doing something for me in a way I haven't noticed.
This is my first time using the We Like Vitamins brand of Resveratrol. I buy it as a supplement to take as I do intermittent fasting. It seems to be doing the job, and is the cheapest I could find, with the most mgs. Great job!
I've been taking Resveratrol for over 3 yrs now and I feel great. This is first time to switch to this brand.
Resveratrol is good for stress, sleeping and beauty.
BulkSupplements Pure Resveratrol Powder (25 grams), BulkSupplements
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Clean & Pure Powder. No Fillers.; Factory Sealed Foil Zip Pouch.; Lab Tested for Verification & Guaranteed Purity.
This is a long story so here is the executive summary: I am a diabetic (mild, newly diagnosed) on the anti-inflammatory diet. I take lots of supplements so it's a bit hard to figure out what is happening. I started taking resveratrol (blood glucose goes down), stopped the resveratrol (glucose goes up), started again (glucose goes down). Conclusion, resveratrol is lowering my blood glucose. Read on if you are interested in the full story.Update: Recently, I decided I would claim back some of my freezer space and purchased powdered grape skins USDA Organic Grape Skin Extract / Powder (2 PACK) - 100 grams (3.5 oz). I mixed the grape skin with the bulk supplements resveratrol 1:1 and encapsulated the mixture using the Capsule Machine (Bulk Supplements sells this on their website but not on Amazon). I was freed from making smoothies just so I could dump in supplements. Now with all previous resveratrol supplementation from every company, my blood glucose readings would drop down about 10 units from what I expected. But, suddenly with the switch to the powdered grape skin plus resveratrol, a week later, it's consistently reading about 35 units below what I would have predicted. I was shocked. What could have happened?Did I take extra supplements and just forgot about doing it?Is it the Gymnema tea which is so effective? Maybe I'm mixing up the Gymnema with my regular tea?Did the "Eat Fat, Get Thin" Diet by Mark Hyman finally kick in and my insulin resistance went away? Seems unlikely although this has happened as reported in the clinical literature.Or did the high concentration of grape skin compounds enhance resveratrol absorption beyond standard formulations?The number of reads is enough to say *something* is really working. At some point I'm sure I will need to stop the resveratrol & grape skin combo and figure this out. But eat more grapes with your resveratrol.After some more experiments, I *think* I've identified the source of the mysterious drop.First, the drop is real. My A1C is 5.1, the lowest it's been since I was diagnosed as a diabetic (about two years)."New supplements" that affect blood glucose. Taurine - I take 1500 mg at night to help me sleep (this is the dose for someone who is bipolar). Taurine, a) controls mania, b) controls stress, c) helps regulate electrolytes (prevents cramping), d) stimulates production of insulin, lowering glucose, 3) might help control seizures (epilepsy). DO NOT TAKE TAURINE IF YOU ARE DEPRESSED!!!! It will make you even more depressed. The sleep/stress control seems to kick in within the first week but everything else takes over a month to kick in.Second, my inflammation flared sky-high and I encapsulated my powdered ginger and garlic and started taking 3 capsules (about 1500 mg or 1 tsp) every day on top of my heavily anti-inflammatory cooking (1/4 cup pepper flakes, 1 head garlic, 1 inch ginger root and some food). Doing this fixed my arthritis pain, I started healing the discs in my spinal column. Then, I went to a medical conference on Restorative Medicine and discovered ginger will lower cholesterol (70 HDL and 70 LDL) and control blood glucose (A1c= 5.1).Could I have erased my insulin resistance via diet? Alas, not yet. If I eat a bowl of popcorn at 10 PM at night, my blood glucose is 130 the next morning.End update.ConsumerLabs.com tested the BulkSupplements Resveratrol and it was selected as one of the top 3 products. It missed #1 only because it did not contain any of the compounds that are needed to make resveratrol bioavailable. I usually blend the resveratrol into a smoothie and keep a supply of frozen grapes. Adding 3-4 grapes does the trick. Get the thick skinned grapes; they have extra compounds.I used to drink red wine and eat peanuts (both loaded with resveratrol) unstoppably. Then I went on the anti-inflammatory diet and ate a lot of anti-inflammatory foods and supplements. It's hard to tease out what the impact of any one supplement might be. Hot peppers are a powerful anti-inflammatory. I started with 3 peppers per day. 3 days after I started, I discovered I'd lost all my cravings for food. I didn't have any desire for ice cream, potato chips, cookies, peanuts, red wine, chocolate.... nothing. Later, I found several articles: one stated "hot peppers regulate the appetite" which explains the lost cravings. And another explained peanuts and red wine contain resveratrol which might explain why these were "hot" foods for me. As, an aside, calcium may regulate the appetite as well, but I've supplemented calcium for decades and it didn't do anything.I figured, I better replace the lost resveratrol and started with the Dr's Best.From the Oct. 8, 2016 ConsumerLabs report. Dr's. Best passed the purity test, it contained the stated type and amount of ingredients. It's a good product.On the other hand, there are many good products and 3 were singled out as cheaper (with caveats): Shoprite ( $0.10 per pill), BulkSupplements.com Resveratrol $0.09 per 100mg serving and Costco TruNature 250 mg - $0.14 per serving. The Costco resveratrol also contains green tea extract - equivalent to one cup of weak tea.Consumer Labs was unable to pinpoint clear cut clinical evidence to take resveratrol.Lower blood pressure - some early diagnostics that flow might be improving but did not translate into lower blood pressureLowers cholesterol - a combination of resveratrol and grapeseed extract was used in a preliminary study of cholesterol levels - the combination did lower cholesterol. Note, high levels of resveratrol (many hundreds of milligrams to grams ) may affect statin and other cardiovascular drug levels.Resveratrol may thin your blood.Resveratrol *may* help control glucose levels in new diabeticsOne very small study showed, 200 mg Resveratrol and 320 mg quercetin (split into two doses and taken with meals) on healthy overweight middle - older patients show improvement in blood glucose levels and MEMORY after 26 weeks.There is a lead suggesting resveratrol could help with age-related macular degeneration. Further studies needed.There are more leads suggesting resveratrol could help cancer patients. High need for more studies.Whatever, you do, don't take higher doses of resveratrol, thinking more is better. This has been shown to *increase* your bad cholesterol.Note: Bulksupplements resveratrol is a fine white powder which will choke you unless it is well-dissolved. Finally, 200mg is 1/8 of a teaspoon. The powder is not well behaved. It really helps to have a tiny measuring spoon or a scale. You will need 0.001 resolution.It took me a while to order the next batch of resveratrol and during that time my glucose readings mysteriously rose. There were times when I expected my glucose readings to be below 100 but were about 110 or higher instead. Finally, my next batch arrived and within two days my readings went back to the 100 or below zone.I went and read the clinical trial articles on resveratrol and diabetes. Resveratrol has been shown to control blood glucose for newly diagnosed diabetics (I've been diagnosed for about 1.5 years). In a separate study, it has been shown to PREVENT diabetes in pre-diabetics. Every single pre-diabetic who took resveratrol in the clinical trial stayed healthy; many people in the control group developed diabetes (it was a two year study). These are both small but well designed and well run clinical trials. Too small to be definitive but large enough to be a very promising lead. But it's too small to establish safety or long term effectiveness.My recommendation: In normal doses (200mg), resveratrol is unlikely to hurt you (some of the cholesterol studies had larger cohorts). If you are pre-diabetic - TAKE. THE. STUFF. Diabetes is no fun. If you are newly diagnosed, give it a try. If you are not newly diagnosed (as in 10 years), it won't work. Sorry, there was a small but well run clinical trial that demonstrated this sad news. And if you want to change the dosage, I heartily recommend reading the clinical trial literature first.
Am very happy to have found this bulk resveratrol sourced from Japanese knotweed. I put the powder in capsules for ease of ingesting. No fillers or additives!
Arrived quickly and on time. It's a white bitter powder. I like this brand and trust the quality.
I am mixing this with water or juice and it does not seem to add any taste. I have only been taking it for a few days but definitely seems clean and pure and nothing negative to report. I have ordered several powders from this company and I have been impressed with all.
Excited to receive this product as projected. Dosing and package information very clear and concise.Would like to know if this product should be taken with or without food, or if heated fluid (to mix) degrades the potency in any way.
Love the bulk powder feature; so tired of capsules. And I believe it is sourced from France, and not China.
Packaged well and exactly what I expected. A good economical way to purchase herb supplements. Please keep in mind that this is a powder which may not be as convenient for you as capsules but again it is more economical and I believe the quality is very good! Thanks!
The product is packaged very well. I'll use it in my morning smoothie as directed. A much easier way to get the benefits of this amazing nutrient!