is best known as a life-extending chemical, at least in lab organisms.
Sales Manager Matthew Byron explained: "The trans-resveratrol
which is the active ingredient in Feel Good Gold's Resveratrol
Complex is the only form of resveratrol
that can be effectively absorbed and used by the human body.
Shetty, PhD, and associates divided 23-month-old rats to receive resveratrol
or a placebo for four weeks.
Purpose: In this study, we aimed to explore the mutual transformation between polydatin and resveratrol
in rats, and to compare the antioxidative effect of them in vivo.
Yet some research shows that resveratrol
could be linked to a reduced risk of inflammation and blood clotting, both of which can lead to heart disease.
This stress response represents a layer of biology that has been largely overlooked, and resveratrol
turns out to activate it at much lower concentrations than those used in prior studies," said senior investigator Paul Schimmel, professor and member of the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology at TSRI.
Lead researcher Professor Richard Semba, from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, said: "e story of resveratrol
turns out to be another case where you get a lot of hype about health bene-ts that doesn't stand the test of time.
_fail_to_reduce_deaths_heart_disease_or_cancer) John Hopkins University indicated resveratrol
present in chocolates and red wine is not responsible for improving longevity.
Lead researcher Professor Richard Semba, from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, US, said: "The story of resveratrol
turns out to be another case where you get a lot of hype about health benefits that doesn't stand the test of time.
Also found in blueberries, cranberries, mulberries, peanuts and pistachios, resveratrol
is associated with beneficial health effects in aging, inflammation and metabolism.
Extending lifespan was the source of a lot of the initial excitement about resveratrol
," says researcher Joseph Baur of the University of Pennsylvania's Institute for Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism.
Since the 1990s, scientists have known that resveratrol
moderates nuclear factor-kappa B (NFKB), a master switch of cytokine gene expression in cell culture.