Resveratrol Studies in the News

October 3, 2008 @ 2:27 pm

In the October 2008 issue of Diabetes Forcast, pg. 34, a study funded by the National Institues of Health’s National Institute on Aging found that “mice treated with the compound (resveratrol) had stronger bones, fewer cataracts, better balance and motor skills, lower cholesterol, and less inflamation of the heart than mice that did not get the compound.  Resveratrol also mimicked the effects of dietary restriction in slowing age-related gene changes in the liver, fatty tissue, and skeletal muscles.”  To find out about a revolutionary resveratro product click here.

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