60 servings per bottle
Resveratrol or trans-resveratrol is a polyphenol compound found in certain plants, including grapes and berries. It is believed to have a range of potential health benefits. One of the ways in which resveratrol is thought to exert these effects is through the activation of sirtuin genes in the body.
Sirtuins are a type of protein that play a role in regulating various cellular processes, including aging and inflammation. Activation of sirtuin genes has been linked to improved longevity and protection against chronic diseases. Resveratrol is believed to activate sirtuin genes by mimicking the effects of calorie restriction, which has been shown to have anti-aging effects on the body.
The problem with the absorption of regular vs. liposomal
Traditional resveratrol is not very well absorbed by the body, which means that much of it is not able to be used by the body when it is taken as a supplement.
Micronized resveratrol, on the other hand, refers to resveratrol that has been ground down into very small particles. This can make it easier for the body to absorb and utilize.
Not only is our resveratrol micronized it is also liposomal. The liposomes in our formula help to merge with the intestinal cell membrane, allowing the resveratrol to pass directly into the cell. This helps to increase the bioavailability of the resveratrol and ensures that your body is able to absorb and use it.
Don't let poor absorption rates hold you back from experiencing the benefits of resveratrol. Try liposomal micronized resveratrol today and see the difference for yourself.
Not only is our liposomal micronized resveratrol more effective, but it's also easier to take. The small, easy-to-swallow capsules make it a convenient choice for busy individuals. Plus, our product is non-GMO, gluten-free, and third-party lab tested.
Longevity effects - Some research suggests that resveratrol may have anti-aging effects, potentially due to its ability to activate sirtuins, a group of proteins that play a role in regulating cellular aging.
Blood sugar control - Some research suggests that resveratrol may help to support healthy blood sugar levels, potentially by improving insulin sensitivity.
Increased bioavailability - Micronized resveratrol is more easily absorbed by the body, making it more effective than non-micronized forms.
Take 1 capsule daily. Best to take it in the morning with breakfast. Do not exceed recommended daily dosage.
Maltodextrin (bulking agent), Trans-resveratrol (Japanese knotweed extract), lecithin (sunflower), HPMC (Vegan; capsule)
Dosage, how much Resveratrol should I take?
Since there are no specific regulations from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or EMA regarding the exact dosage of resveratrol hence its dosage quantity can vary from one supplement to another.
The recommended dosage
of 250-500mg is generally recommended on daily basis.
Does Resveratrol lower blood pressure?
Because of the antioxidant properties of resveratrol, it has been found effective in lowering the pressure exerted on the walls of the heart. Thus, it lowers the overall blood pressure by increasing the overall concentration of nitric oxide.
Are there any side effects of Resveratrol?
Resveratrol hasn’t shown any potential side effects until now. Also, large doses of resveratrol have been found safe too. The resveratrol from all-natural sources is considered safe except for people who are allergic to grapes and wine.
In case you have any underlying health issues you must consult your doctor before taking resveratrol supplements.
Pregnant and breastfeeding females must also avoid resveratrol supplements.
Manufactured by: Borealis Pharma B.V., the Netherlands