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A Few Benefits of Resveratrol

On January 25, 2008 CBS magazine's "60 Minutes" journalist Morley Safer introduced the public to the benefits of resveratrol, a substance previously known mainly in research labs. And to the delight of many Safer wine aficionados reveal that red wine is a major source of resveratrol. Doctors are cautiously "in uniform" that although the benefits of resveratrol in red wine are not carte blanche to drink excess.

In the segment of Dr. Christopher Westfall (who together with biochemist David Sinclair has been studying the benefits of resveratrol since 2003) states, "We may all soon be taking hours that can beat the clock, a simple pill that can delay the inevitable. Our goal is to prevent and prevented many of the diseases that plagued us when we reached 50, 60, and 70. All with one pill. "When Safer asked Dr Westfall if resveratrol could turn into a 70-year-old to a 35-year-old Westfall," "It might be a bit difficult to do. But I think if we were on the train heading in one direction, we could have slowed down the train. I think we can slow down this gene that controls the aging process. "

And what are the benefits of resveratrol? Reports from scientists claim that it can:

* reduces the risk of heart disease

* lower cholesterol levels

* Improves metabolism and helps reduce weight gain

* Improved sex drive

* helps protect Alzheimer's disease

If you're like a lot of people you think, "Sign me!" so you can start enjoying the benefits of resveratrol for yourself. As mentioned earlier, red wine looks very good, though resveratrol sources are not practical. The good news is that it's not just the wine, but the wine used to make the wine that contains the resveratrol you're looking for. Fortunately, there are many leading companies that issue high-dose dietary pills containing resveratrol.



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