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Resveratrol Supplements

Resveratrol is an exciting natural compound found in red wine, red grape skin, Japanese Knotweed, peanuts, and some berries. The plants and berries produce a natural antioxidant known as 'phytoalexin', as an antibiotic to fight bacteria and fungus. Harnessing this power has become the subject of many studies.

 

Res-V is About Health’s resveratrol antioxidant formula. This concentrated resveratrol formula combines powerful antioxidants to support brain, heart and joint health, as well as supporting the body's natural inflammatory response. As the first provider to bring Resveratrol to New Zealand, we are the most trusted providers. About Health also offers a range of natural health products and health supplements which are available online. Browse our range online today!

 

 

Resveratrol Tablets

 

Resveratrol capsules can be a safe way to consume resveratrol. Although you can consume resveratrol through diet alone, sometimes this is not possible. For example, red wine is a source of resveratrol and other polyphenols found in grape skin however the quantity you would need to consume to get an adequate amount would be prohibitive.

 

If you’re looking to buy resveratrol supplements in New Zealand, check out our Res-V products at About Health online.

 

 

Resveratrol Health Benefits

 

Resveratrol benefits are widely discussed, and studies show that it can be useful in preventing the progression of chronic inflammatory diseases, such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

 

Resveratrol is the subject of extensive research into numerous health benefits and many scientists also believe it (along with other natural substances found in grape skin) to be responsible for the 'French Paradox' - the French have low rates of heart disease compared to many other countries, despite the fact they have many known risk factors, including a diet high in saturated fat, smoking and drinking lots of coffee. It is theorised that this effect may be due to the consumption of moderate amounts of red wine - a pastime enjoyed by many French people.

 

Resveratrol is the key ingredient in About Health’s Res-V products. This is expertly combined with red grape skin, grape seed extract, green tea, pine bark and turmeric to naturally support:

 

  • Energy
  • Joint mobility
  • Muscle health
  • Heart & Vascular health
  • Brain health
  • Prostate & Breast health
  • Healthy ageing
  • Cell protection

 

 

Resveratrol and Your Immune System

 

At low doses, resveratrol stimulates the immune system. When taken correctly, resveratrol can offer health benefits for people with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. However it is important to be careful and always take as directed, as resveratrol may induce immunosuppression if taken in very high doses.

 

 

Resveratrol FAQs

 

 

How does resveratrol work in the body?

 

Antioxidants such as resveratrol can neutralise the damaging free radicals to help protect cells in the body. Resveratrol also has anti-inflammatory properties due to its ability to inhibit certain enzymes.

 

 

Why take Resveratrol?

 

Resveratrol can support a range of health outcomes. In customer testimonials, people report having higher energy levels, increased mobility, and greater overall health. Most people can safely take resveratrol, however if you are on other medications or are pregnant it may be wise to check with your doctor first.

 

 

When to take Resveratrol supplements?

 

You can take resveratrol supplements at any time of the day, with or without food.

 

 

To buy Resveratrol supplements in New Zealand, browse our range online today.

 

 

Who should take Resveratrol?

 

Resveratrol is generally safe to take, however it can slow blood clotting so you should avoid taking resveratrol if you are on blood thinning medications or have a surgery coming up. If you are considering resveratrol supplements and are unsure if they are right for you, consult your doctor or a trusted health professional.