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Why Buy A Resveratrol Anti Aging Weight Loss Supplement

Updated on February 4, 2010

There are many people that might be wondering why buy a Resveratrol anti-aging weight loss supplement because it almost sounds too good to be true. While you have probably seen a lot of hype about different kinds of Resveratrol supplements but seen consumer reviews that say they don't really work, you have to realize that some of them on the market either don't really contain more than trace amounts or barely contain enough Resveratrol to have any kind of effects. You have to realize that the quality and quantity of the Resveratrol concentrate contained in the supplements make a dramatic difference.

Research on the effects of taking a Resveratrol supplement confirms the rumors of the anti-aging benefits and the weight loss benefits it can offer. The amount of Resveratrol can determine the effects it has. If you have heard about Resveratrol on the news or television talk shows, then you might be aware of the laboratory tests that revealed lab mice given high doses of Resveratrol showed signs of reverse aging or delayed aging. In extreme analysis of test results, they displayed much younger characteristics than the mice that weren't given any or were given low doses of Resveratrol.


Resveratrol is naturally found in certain plants, primarily in the skins of fruit, but can also be found in the leaves and vines. It is found in the strongest concentrations in the red Muscatine grapes that make red wine, the red wine itself, blueberries, cranberries, peanuts, and Japanese knotweed. Most researchers believe that the concentrations that are found naturally aren't strong enough to offer the same benefits as the more concentrated Resveratrol found in some of the higher quality supplements that contain much higher amounts than can be found in a natural diet of these particular foods or red wine.

They are quick to point out that the French are able to maintain standard weights even though they eat high amounts of high calorie cheeses, and the red wine they drink offers the weight loss benefits of Resveratrol, but they drink several glasses of red wine every day with their cheese, giving them higher concentrations. The weight loss investigations and research studies about Resveratrol were based on these facts and the dietary habits of the French and Mediterranean culture.

For years, the anti-oxidant qualities of drinking red wine in moderation have been mentioned as good for the heart and it has been credited with other health benefits, as well. What researchers have found is that it is difficult to get the amount of Resveratrol from drinking red wine or eating the other foods in enough quantity to have the effects that the best, highly concentrated Resveratrol supplements can supply.

Because the benefits of Resveratrol include enhancing good cholesterol and protecting the heart, in addition to the weight loss and anti-aging benefits that are most frequently heard about, Resveratrol supplements came on the market for those that didn't drink alcohol other than for religious reasons. It's important to note that the higher quality supplements that contain the most concentrated doses are the ones that are most effective, so there is definitely difference in the supplements that are on the market.

When researchers studied the great health benefits of Resveratrol, it was discovered that it had high quality anti-oxidants, which actually benefited more than they originally thought. The anti-oxidants are good for the immune system and cell regeneration, besides offering anti-aging benefits that are caused by the increased cell regeneration and the weight loss benefits that come from an increased metabolism.

In fact, the ability of Resveratrol to speed up the metabolism and give you more energy is why you will often find it sold as a weight loss supplement or an energy supplement. Higher concentrations of Resveratrol are found in the supplements that offer anti-aging and weight loss assistance, although they also offer the added benefits that come with an increased metabolism, more energy and the strong anti-oxidants that have been found in this researched discovery.

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The question remains in many people's mind-"Why buy a Resveratrol anti-aging, weight loss supplement?" The answer lies in the fact that it is not whether you should buy it as much as the concentration of Resveratrol that the supplements contain. Not all supplements are high quality, but the ones that offer the highest concentrations are much better than the amounts you can get from natural sources.

There are supplements that are made from natural sources and there are some that have been formulated, synthesized concentrates, but it is important to know that you are choosing the best quality, highest concentrations of Resveratrol supplements or you are unlikely to see the expected health benefits or the anti-aging and weight loss results. That doesn't mean that there aren't some very good Resveratrol supplements on the market that are easily available

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      Hannah Gilmore 

      7 years ago

      This is a great overview on Resveratrol. Its almost a fact that every one wants to turn the clock around and feel young and vibrant. Resveratrol supplements are definitely the answer . It is very important to choose the right one. Supplements that are a combination of pure resveratrol root, grape seed extract and red wine extract are quite effective. Healthcare professionals are recommending Red wine because of the presence of Resveratrol in it but compared to Red wine , Resveratrol supplements are more useful and effective.

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      RedElf 

      8 years ago from Canada

      Looks like you're off to a great start, Sue! Keep up the good work and welcome to Hub Pages!

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