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Diet rich in resveratrol offers no health boost

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May 15, 2014

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Comments

Emma Grojnowski
June 17, 2014

Interesting study.I believe in the fact that those such foods help to maintain resveratrol in one person,especially the red wine.I look forward for some featured article.

Paul
June 6, 2014

What a pointless study! At least 250mg of Resveratrol needs to be taken for it to have any effect. A glass of wine contains 5mg. Go figure! I’ve been taking Transmax for many years, which contains 500mg, and my energy levels have increased considerably. I have also experienced weight loss. Don’t take my word for it. A quick search on Google scholar will provide plenty of other information regarding the benefits of resveratrol.

Jen
June 4, 2014

Wow !! nice way to boost health.

Ernphelps23
May 29, 2014

Very informative, Resveratrol we can prevent o can help, prevent cancers and other heart disease.

jim
May 26, 2014

Hopefully the news here will bring the price down for consumers who wish to purchase Resveratrol. As the article says you are the experiment in a way and you should tell your doctor your taking it but not by any means should you have to stop. There are many supplements that have lateral effects on us other than those proposed by the scientists who discover them and there is the possibility it will show up in the future. I took large dosages for a period of a week or so and found that taking 5 Grams per day increased
my ability to read in very dim light. I couldn’t afford to maintain that habit but it was an interesting experiment.

Vince Mioraglia
May 22, 2014

The headline suggest a level of certainty not often associated with an observational study . When an observational study suggest health benefit from oh lets say vitamin d no such certainty is shown. For example the usual disclaimer such as while high levels of vitamin d are associated with better health outcomes across a wide range of ailments no cause and effect relationship can be assigned; here no such language is included. When negative data comes out about a tenet of the the profession such as several recent studies suggesting that saturated fat has no relationship to heart disease….no such certainty is shown…an important fact in any medical study is the funding source and any conflicts of interest that the authors may have. Medicine a hybrid between business and religion?

CIndy
May 19, 2014

Great article. It’s even harder for people like myself that are allergic to all forms of Alcohol. For me, I guess I need to stick to the peanuts, grapes and berries. Let’s hope my kids can stick to it also.

Thanks.

Cindy

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May 19, 2014

boost your diet now you really can do it.

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May 18, 2014

i know it will be more exciting

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May 18, 2014

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May 15, 2014

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jual hajar jahanam asli
May 18, 2014

There are so many uses for the body in the content of red wine

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