You are buying Trans-Resveratrol which is a polyphenolic antioxidant produced in the skin of red grapes, certain berries and other plants. Pure Bulk's Resveratrol powder is standardized to contain at least 98% trans resveratrol and is derived from Polygonum cuspidatum, also known as Japanese Knotweed.
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Resveratrol, a compound found primarily in red wine, is a naturally occurring antioxidant.
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Studies have found that in moderation red wine, which contains resveratrol, lowers risk of death from heart disease. Its antioxidant activity and effect on platelets leads some researchers to believe that it is the protective agent in red wine.
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Is it useful to use wine to achieve better assimilation with resveratrol supplements?
Animal research studies with resveratrol supplementation have typically not involved alcohol, but instead high-fat diets have been studied.
Research has shown that the health benefits of resveratrol are increased after supplementation with high-fat foods, defined as those with at least 40% calories from fat. But not just any fat will work. Only typical medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) fats such as coconut oil, olive oil and butter seem to potentiate the benefits of resveratrol.
However, conventional wisdom around the office says that a couple glasses of wine might make resveratrol supplements even more enjoyable to use. Your call!