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The Secrets of Resveratrol with Wellaholic

There’s no such thing as an elixir of life but with W+ Resvertrol, you’re quite close. In fact, many scientists consider the benefits of resveratrol to be the missing link of anti-aging backed by Havard Medical School research.

What is Resveratrol?

Resveratrol is an antioxidant that protects cells against oxidative damage and appears to be a compound that reduces inflammation and offer anti-aging skin benefits. Resveratrol may potentially prevent diseases related to ageing in people by revving up mitochondria, a cellular battery that slows down as we age. The top food sources are red wine, grapes and some berries. This compound tends to be concentrated mostly in the skins and seeds of grapes and berries. These parts of the grape are included in the fermentation of red wine, hence its particularly high concentration of resveratrol.

What are the benefits of taking Resveratrol?

Anti Aging and Anti Cancer Effects
Resveratrol is a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals produced during everyday bodily functions, such as eating and exercise. Damage of free radicals are accelerated due to poor lifestyle habits such as smoking, having an unhealthy diet and pollution. If ignored, it can damage cells and can cause life-threatening diseases and even earlier death. Consuming food high in antioxidants and phytonutrients has been shown to offer antioxidative, anticarcinogenic and antitumor benefits that protect adults from many age-related diseases and helps to keep the body young.

Protects the Heart
The anti-inflammatory activity in resveratrol has been shown to offer protection against thickening of the arteries that cuts off blood flow and formation of blood clots. Consuming more has also been shown to help improve blood circulation. Itadori tea, an important source of resveratrol, has long been used in Asian countries including Japan and China, as a traditional herbal remedy for preventing heart diseases and strokes.

Protects the Brain and Mental Health
Resveratrol is unique as its antioxidants can cross the blood-brain barrier to protect the brain and the nervous system, unlike other antioxidants. This means consuming more can increase protection against mental problems including Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Prevents Obesity
Research has shown that resveratrol may help reduce body weight which is probably due to activating the SIRT1 gene thats believed to protect the body against the effects of obesity and have found links between adults eating balanced diets that include moderate amounts of wine and healthier body weights.

Helps Those with Diabetes
Resveratrol may be helpful for those with diabetes and prediabetes by reducing complications like nerve damage, damage to the heart and helping manage insulin levels.Directions:
2 Capsules daily preferably with a meal. I take mine after dinner or before going to bed.

So now you know why the French love their red wine and rarely ever get fat! We’ve uncoded the secret and you can now reap its benefits through Wellaholic’s very own W+ Resveratrol! Now you’re giant leap to a healthier younger you.
Check out my review of the Wellaholic Life’s Promise Multivitamin that I take with the W+ Resveratrol for even more benefits for my body’s overall health.

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