Resveratrol provides a powerhouse of antioxidant & anti-inflammatory benefits in this bioavailable liposomal capsule. Resveratrol has shown great promise in clinical studies and is part of a group of compounds called polyphenols, which act as antioxidants to protect the body against age-related conditions.
Benefits May Include
- Improvement of cellular energy and mitochondrial function
- Activation of sirtuins, which are vital to regulating metabolic health, circadian rhythm, detoxification and cellular aging
- Cardiovascular & Immune system support, and lowered levels of inflammation
- Improvement in joint health & inflammatory pain-related conditions
Resveratrol is known to have poor bioavailability. In clinical studies, when resveratrol is taken orally, less than 1% of it makes it into the bloodstream, as it is rapidly and extensively metabolized in the intestines and liver. (Source)
Liposomal delivery is the ultimate solution as it greatly increases the bioavailability of the compounds, enabling a much higher percentage to make it into the bloodstream intact.
Our liposomes are made from natural phospholipid molecules which protect the resveratrol, with a peak particle size of less than 50 nm (nanometers).
A variety of plants produce resveratrol as a protective response when dealing with a lack of nutrients, drought, UV radiation or to fend off bacteria, fungi and microbes. It’s prevalent in red and purple grapes, blueberries, raspberries, mulberries, peanuts and pistachios.
About Antioxidants & Polyphenols
Antioxidants are molecules that work to fight free radicals, which are compounds that are harmful to the body when there are excessive amounts. Polyphenols play a vital role in longevity and cellular health and survival by protecting the body’s tissues against oxidative stress, inflammation and age-related illnesses. (Source)
In preclinical studies, it’s been shown to be involved in a variety of biological activities, which are relevant to the prevention and treatment of numerous diseases related to aging. In studies, resveratrol has increased the lifespan of fish, fruit flies, worms, yeast and mice which were fed a high-calorie diet. It is not well-established whether or not resveratrol has the same effects on humans.
Arthritic conditions, joint pain and mobility issues are common aging-related problems. In one study, resveratrol was injected into the knee joints of rabbits with arthritis, and it was shown to have a protective impact on the knee joints and those rabbits suffered less damage to their cartilage. (Source)