Resveratrol News and Recent Research

Resveratrol, a compound found in red grapes and red wine, is known to have a range of health and skin care benefits. This potent ingredient is considered to be 3 times as effective as Vitamin C. It helps in neutralizing harmful oxidants that worsen the aging process. According to research, small doses of digestible Resveratrol have helped to alter the gene expressions in the heart, brains and the skeleton and it has also blunted age related decline. Even though the benefits of Resveratrol haven’t fully been discovered yet, discoveries about its miraculous benefits emerge continuously to show what this magic ingredient has to offer.

According to current studies, Resveratrol stimulates a protein known as sirtuin which helps it to increase the cellular life within the body. These sirtuins, also known as SIRT-1, are found in almost all species that are able to control their cell longevity. Triggering the sirtuin helps the body to enhance its defensive systems, fight diseases and prolong life. A study conducted by Dr. David Sinclair, working at the Harvard Medical School, has confirmed that Resveratrol stimulates this SIRT-1 gene directly.

Numerous reports have also demonstrated the ability of Resveratrol to lower the risk of inflammation, prevent blood clots and make the heart healthier. More studies on how exactly Resveratrol makes this possible are presently being conducted. According to Dr. Oz, Resveratrol works as an effective calorie restriction and helps to extend life by up to 30 years. A study that was published in the Cell Metabolism Journal also confirmed that Resveratrol helped in decreasing blood pressure as well as improving numerous health based conditions. Furthermore, the study also concluded that Resveratrol supplements offered obese men with the same benefits that dieting and exercise offer.

Resveratrol has also proven to be one of the best antioxidants in the world. According to current studies, the main reason why Resveratrol is so popular among antioxidants is because of its ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and protect the human brain as well as the nervous system. Moreover, it also helps in protecting cells from damage caused by free radicals and prevents the spread of cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

Even though red wine is considered to be an excellent source of Resveratrol, the amount of Resveratrol found in a glass of red wine is not equal to the amount that is required by the body to perform these miracles. In fact, researchers are not sure whether the Resveratrol present in red wine can affect anything at all.

Moreover, according to a study published in Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology; those who apply Resveratrol topically manage to derive its benefits in almost half the time required by those who take the compound orally to get the same results. Therefore, it can be said with some surety that topical applications of Resveratrol are the most effective for the human body.

With continuous research being conducted to determine the various benefits of Resveratrol, the entire skin care industry awaits the results of further tests with great anticipation. And you can rest assured that we shall keep updating you with the latest Resveratrol news here at Resveralife.

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