Resveratrol Red Wine Extracts Review
For years, we've been told that drinking wine, and in particular red wine, was beneficial to your health. A lot of people assumed that it might be the alcohol in the wine that was providing the health benefits. However, they couldn't have been more wrong.
Recent trials and studies in the lab have pretty much shown conclusively that the health benefits, we're getting from that wine are from the antioxidants, the polyphenol, and above all else, the resveratrol.
So finally we know what it is in the wine that is responsible for things like the French Paradox and other mysteries relating to how people who eat a less than ideal diet still manage to remain largely free of the kinds of diseases and health problems that afflict so many Americans.
It wasn't known until recently just how powerful resveratrol actually is. We now know that it's as much as 50 times more powerful than vitamin C, for example, and has been shown to do everything from protect against cancer to slow down -- dare, I say reverse -- the aging process.
Pretty good stuff. Now, the only problem with resveratrol ultra is the way most people get it -- through that wine that we mentioned above. This is because in order to get sufficient quantities of resveratrol to get the maximum benefit, you have to drink many, many bottles of wine every day. While this may sound like fun, the amount that you have to drink would quickly lead to other health problems that even resveratrol couldn't solve.
The bottom line is that the alcohol in the wine has the potential to largely undo the benefits of the resveratrol extracts. Your body has to work extra hard to remove the toxicity associated with the alcohol you're drinking. And when that happens, it's pretty obvious that you're probably doing more harm than good, even if you are getting a decent amount of resveratrol in the bargain.