Resveratrol: an essential part of your supplement plan
Updated: Aug 17, 2022
Have you ever thought about how plants survive? We know plants need sunlight, water, and food. But there is a micronutrient called resveratrol that helps plants survive drought or attack from disease. This micronutrient can also help US in a variety of ways!
WHAT is RESVERATROL good for?
Acts as an ANTI-INFLAMMATORY, which can be a good remedy for arthritis & skin inflammation.
Has ANTIOXIDANT properties may provide a boost in your immune function, cardiovascular and neurological support.
Can help treat common infections in the urinary & digestive tracts due to its ANTIBACTERIAL & ANTIFUNGAL properties.
Current research is showing improvement in activating our Sirtuin Gene to improve our body’s ability to repair early DNA damage. This is really exciting!
WHERE do we get RESVERATROL?
Food sources include the skin of dark red and purple fruits and vegetables, peanuts, red wine and dark chocolate. Cheers to these sources!
Supplements – there are commercial brands available that include a higher concentration of this chemical. It is almost impossible to consume adequate amounts through your diet to achieve all of these benefits. There are other great reasons to consume these yummy foods, but supplementation may be the best route for you to optimize your body's function.
WHEN should I consume the supplement?
As a dietary supplement, follow the manufacturer's recommendations. Typically, just one capsule once daily!
Ideally you want 250-500mg each day.
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