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Resveratrol 100 mg Supplement – Swanson Health Products

Posted: January 19, 2020 at 3:41 pm

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Increases antioxidant protection

Promotes cellular longevity

Supports cardiovascular wellness

Serving Size 1 Capsule

Other ingredients: Rice flour, gelatin, calcium palmitate, silica.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one capsule per day with water.

WARNING: For adults only. Consult your physician before using this or any product if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children.

Increases antioxidant protection

Promotes cellular longevity

Supports cardiovascular wellness

Deliver healthy aging benefits to the body with Swanson Resveratrol! This unique formula promotes free radical protection with the help of antioxidants. It also supports cardiovascular health. Our Resveratrol 100 is derived from the Chinese herb Polygonum cuspidatum.

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Shipping Weight: .07 lbs

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Date published: 2019-05-14

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Q: Is this trans resveratrol? A: Yes, this resveratrol is in the trans form.

Q: Does this product contain emodin? A: Polygonum cuspidatum has several constituents including emodin, resveratrol, emodin-8-O-D-glucoside, physcion, piceid and others. SWU282 50 mg Resveratrol has approximately 2.79 mg of emodin per capsule. SWU283 100 mg Resveratrol has approximately 5.58 mg of emodin per capsule. SWU530 250 mg Resveratrol has approximately 13.95 mg of emodin per capsule. SWU531 500 mg Resveratrol powder contains 2.79% emodin by weight. The amounts of emodin in each concentration of Resveratrol may vary with each batch.

Q: How much resveratrol is in 1 ounce of wine? A: The amount of resveratrol can vary greatly in wine. Based on available research, we found that 1 ounce of wine will typically provide from 14 micrograms per ounce to as much as 284 micrograms per ounce.

"Swanson has the best prices for this product. My skin and my overall feeling has so improved."

Swanson Health started in 1969 in Fargo, ND with a mission to offer pure and potent health products at a great value. Nearly 50 years later, we continue to innovate science-backed vitamins and supplements, delivering wellness solutions that help people live simply healthier together, and find vitality at any age. Click here to learn more about us.

For nearly 50 years, Swanson Health's research and development team has delivered science-backed health and wellness products to people around the world. Our innovation is guided by clinical research, scientific consensus, emerging research and usage traditions, creating products that help you find vitality at any age. At Swanson, we don't hide our science behind proprietary formulas we believe in easy-to-read, transparent labelling. What's printed on our labels, is exactly what you'll find in our products.

Swanson Health's purity and potency testing begins with our ingredient sourcing, continues through manufacturing, and goes beyond when a product hits the shelf. Our testing exceeds industry standards, ensuring each product meets our quality guarantees for purity and potency. Swanson facilities are Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified, and we voluntarily participate in third-party, independent laboratory testing. With Swanson, you can be sure you're getting the most pure and potent health products at a great value. Click here to learn more about our quality standards.

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Know the Rapid Growth Factors of Resveratrol Market | Stay Up-to-date With Emerging Trends Ahead Dagoretti News – Dagoretti News

Posted: January 19, 2020 at 3:41 pm

Latest release from SMI with title Resveratrol Market Research Report 2019-2026 (by Product Type, End-User / Application and Regions / Countries) provides an in-depth assessment of the Resveratrol including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, key players company profiles and strategies. Global Resveratrol Market study with 100+ market data Tables, Pie Chat, Graphs & Figures is now released BY SMI. The report presents a complete assessment of the Market covering future trends, current growth factors, attentive opinions, facts, and industry-validated market data forecast until 2026.

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These 5 Foods Aren’t As Healthy As You Think – Lifehacker Australia

Posted: January 19, 2020 at 3:41 pm

Food gives us the nutrients we need to survive, and we know a balanced diet contributes to good health. Beyond this, many people seek out different foods specifically for their health benefits, hoping eating certain things might prevent or treat particular conditions. Here are five options that aren't nearly as beneficial as their reputation suggests.

Its true many foods contain bioactive compounds chemicals that act in the body in ways that might promote good health. These are being studied in the prevention of cancer, heart disease and other conditions.

But the idea of food as medicine, although attractive, is easily oversold in the headlines. Stories tend to be based on studies done in the lab, testing concentrated extracts from foods. The effect seen in real people eating the actual food is going to be different to the effects in a petri dish.

If you do the maths, youll find you actually need to eat enormous amounts of particular foods to get an active dose of the desired element. In some cases, this might endanger your health, rather than protecting it.

These four foods (and one drink) show the common healing claims around the foods we eat dont always stack up.

Cinnamon, which contains a compound called cinnamaldehyde, is claimed to aid weight loss and regulate appetite.

There is evidence cinnamaldehyde can reduce cholesterol in people with diabetes. But this is based on studies of the chemical in large doses not eating the spice itself.

These studies give people between 1 and 6 grams of cinnamaldehyde per day. Cinnamon is about 8% cinnamaldehyde by weight so youd have to eat at least 13 grams of cinnamon, or about half a supermarket jar, per day. Much more than youd add to your morning porridge.

The headlines on the health benefits of red wine are usually because of a chemical in grape skins called resveratrol. Resveratrol is a polyphenol, a family of chemicals with antioxidant properties.

Its been claimed resveratrol protects our cells from damage and reduces the risk of a range of conditions such as cancer, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimers disease, and heart disease.

There is some limited evidence that resveratrol has benefits in animal models, although studies done in humans have not shown a similar effect.

It varies by wine, but red wine contains about 3 micrograms (about 3 millionths of a gram) of resveratrol per bottle. The studies that have shown a benefit from resveratrol use at least 0.1 grams per day (thats 100,000 micrograms).

To get that much resveratrol, youd have to drink roughly 200 bottles of wine a day. We can probably all agree thats not very healthy.

Blueberries, like red wine, are a source of resveratrol, but at a few micrograms per berry youd have to eat more than 10,000 berries a day to get the active dose.

Blueberries also contain compounds called anthocyanins, which may improve some markers of heart disease. But to get an active dose there youre looking at 150-300 blueberries per day. More reasonable, but still quite a lot of fruit and expensive.

The news that dark chocolate lowers blood pressure is always well-received. Theobromine, a chemical in chocolate has been shown to lower blood pressure in doses of about 1 gram of the active compound, but not at lower doses. Depending on the chocolate, you could be eating 100g of dark chocolate before you reached this dose.

Chocolate is a discretionary food, or junk food. The recommended serve for discretionary foods is no more than 600 kilojoules per day, or 25g of chocolate. Eating 100g of chocolate would be equivalent to more than 2,000kJ.

Excess kilojoule consumption leads to weight gain, and being overweight increases risk of heart disease and stroke. So these risks would likely negate the benefits of eating chocolate to lower your blood pressure.

Turmeric is a favourite. Its good in curries, and recently weve seen hype around the tumeric latte. Stories pop up regularly about its healing power, normally based on curcumin.

Curcumin refers to a group of compounds, called curcuminoids, that might have some health benefits, like reducing inflammation. Inflammation helps us to fight infections and respond to injuries, but too much inflammation is a problem in diseases like arthritis, and might be linked to other conditions like heart disease or stroke.

Human trials on curcumin have been inconclusive, but most use curcumin supplementation in very large doses of 1 to 12 grams per day. Turmeric is about 3% curcumin, so for each gram of tumeric you eat you only get 0.03g of curcumin. This means youd have to eat more than 30g of tumeric to get the minimum active dose of tumeric.

Importantly, curcumin in turmeric is not very bioavailable. This means we only absorb about 25% of what we eat, so you might actually have to eat well over 100g of turmeric, every day, to get a reasonable dose of curcumin. Thats a lot of curry.

We all want food to heal us, but focusing on single foods and eating mounds of them is not the answer. Instead, a balanced and diverse diet can provide foods each with a range of different nutrients and bioactive compounds. Dont get distracted by quick fixes; focus instead on enjoying a variety of foods.

Emma Beckett, Postdoctoral Fellow (Human Molecular Nutrition), School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle and Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz, PhD Student/Epidemiologist

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license.

This story has been updated since its original publication.

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Heart healthy and yard wise – The Robesonian

Posted: January 19, 2020 at 3:41 pm

I think if one month was chosen out of the year that reflected folks interest in their health condition including diet and exercise January would win, hands down.

This is the time we like to focus on weight loss, new diets, and exercise all of which are steps in the right direction for a healthier you. This is also the time when our air waves are saturated with ads addressing these very issues as well. As a matter of fact, it can be very frustrating listening to everything and not knowing what is hype and what is truthful. Mixed in the hysteria we hear claims of which food is a super food and which fruit is a super fruit, but we arent sure.

So, what is a super fruit? There is no legal definition for super fruit, but the term usually presents the added value of a fruit that offers more than basic nutrition. The list continues to grow but there are many listed, such as apples, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupes, grapes, pomegranates, strawberries, tomatoes, and watermelon. The good news is we are able to grow many of these in our own back yard. Two of these fruits are saturated with antioxidants blueberries and grapes. All grapes are great, but science is finding out that the muscadine (especially the dark muscadine) is even higher in an antioxidant called resveratrol, a compound that promotes heart health. I am sure we will be hearing more about the health benefits of our native grape in the future as more research becomes available.

So my good-faith effort for a healthier Robeson County is that North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Robeson County Center, will be offering two workshops this winter aimed at helping you grow a healthier you. I will be presenting Muscadine Culture and Pruning Demo on Saturday, Feb. 1, at the O.P. Owens Agriculture Center, 455 Caton Road, Lumberton. The workshop starts at 10 a.m. and ends around 1 p.m., after a visit to a local vineyard for hands-on pruning. We will discuss planting, trellising, cultural requirements, new emerging pests and pathogens that are possible risks to our beloved muscadine, as well as new recommended pruning practices. We will also discuss varietal selection and new varieties that have just become available.

On Saturday, Feb. 15, Extension will offer Benchmarks for Big, Bountiful Blueberries. This workshop will also be held at the O.P. Owens Agriculture Center, from 10 a.m. to noon. If I can locate some nearby blueberry growers who are willing to let us practice pruning, then that opportunity will be offered to the participants. We will cover many of the same topics listed for the muscadine program, but geared toward blueberries. The program will address rabbit eye blueberries mostly, since this is the predominant species that can be grown by most homeowners.

For more information, specific class dates, or to register for classes, contact Mack Johnson, Extension Horticultural Agent, at 910-671-3276, by email at [emailprotected], or visit our website at http://robeson.ces.ncsu.edu/.

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Emerging Studies Now Show Resveratrol Has Impressive Anti-Radiation Effects – Newswire

Posted: January 19, 2020 at 3:41 pm

Having healthy diet and lifestyle is highly recommended, but there are also natural remedies like resveratrol that could potentially help.

(Newswire.net -- January 14, 2020) Orlando, FL -- Researchers have been conducting studies to explore the powerful benefits of resveratrol. It has been found to ward off diseases, but may also be helpful to those who are under treatment for cancer.

The investigators from the University of Missouri conducted a study. In this research, it was found that resveratrol had a good anti-radiation effect.

Further, this powerful antioxidant can make tumor cells more sensitive to radiation treatment.

It is worth mentioning resveratrol is an antioxidant that can be found in red wine and grape skins. The researchers studied melanoma cells, and also followed a former MU study.

They found the same results in the treatment of prostate cancer.

Michael Nicholl said that the study investigated how resveratrol and radiotherapy inhibit the survival of melanoma cells.

Nicholl is an assistant professor of surgery at the MU School of Medicine and surgical oncologist at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center in Columbia, Mo.

The study was published in the Journal of Surgical Research. This is the journal for the Association for Academic Surgery.

When first treated with resveratrol, the melanoma cells became more susceptible to radiation. They also found that when cancer was treated with resveratrol alone, it led to tumor cell death by 44 percent.

Scientists also found that the combination of resveratrol and radiation treatments led to tumor cell death by 65 percent.

The findings are thought to arouse more research into the cancer-fighting benefits of this antioxidant.

More studies are still underway to validate the anti-cancer benefits of resveratrol. However today, intake of this powerful antioxidant is highly recommended by experts.

Health authorities strongly stress the importance of taking the necessary measures to prevent the onset of cancer. Since it has no cure yet, it is extremely important to reduce its risk.

Cancer is highly prevalent in many areas around the globe. It is claiming millions of lives, and even reducing the quality of life of many sufferers. It is also costly and difficult to treat.

Having healthy diet and lifestyle is highly recommended, but there are also natural remedies like resveratrol that could potentially help.

To experience its benefits, it is wise to consider the use of formulas like Divine Bounty Resveratrol. This highly potent formula is gaining increasing popularity and trust from consumers.

It could be helpful for preventive health purposes, and in nourishing the body with antioxidants. This supplement is widely believed to be superior over other brands due to its high potency and purity (https://amazon.com/Resveratrol-Supplement-Strength-Extract-capsules/dp/B019C0UU5S).

Divine Bounty is a family-owned brand that manufactures high-quality turmeric curcumin supplements. Passionate about the potential health benefits of turmeric, the team behind Divine Bounty have carefully researched and sourced only the best ingredients to create the ideal blend of turmeric curcumin. More details are available at http://www.DivineBounty.com.

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The Best Villas In Tuscany – Forbes

Posted: January 19, 2020 at 3:41 pm

The historic Villa Cetinale

Renting a villa in Tuscany is on almost everyones bucket list and for seriously good reasons. Included in each stay: peach-toned sunsets, cerulean blue skies, vineyard-covered hillsides perfumed with jasmine-scented air, whats not to love? Maximize your exposure to as much bucolic Tuscan splendor as you can with a stay in any one of these villas. Some are expertly-run hotels while others are private rentals, and all will deliver on the best the Italian countryside has to offer.

Castello Delle Quattro Torra

Bunk in an ancient castle just ten minutes from the popular Tuscan town of Siena. The property features a Medieval courtyard, original stonework and timbered ceilings. Consider booking the Tower Roomliterally in the castle towerfor the best wraparound views of Tuscanys countryside. Their restaurant, Le Pietre Vive, makes magic out of local provisions and cooking classes are always on offer. Partake of a truffle hunt in season or just spend your time exploring the many attractions in and around Siena.

I Bianchi Villa at Toscana Resort Castelfalfi

Everything from golf and tennis to a new range of wellness programming (guided hikes, organic facials) is on offer at this sprawling Tuscan retreat. Book one of the many villas (several are located along the golf course) for the ultimate in privacy. Consider, I Bianchi, a 6,000-foot artfully restored farmhouse with 5 bedrooms, pool and pool house as well as a fitness center and lavish garden. Three restaurants are on-site as well as the resorts winery and olive orchard. Guests can even adopt a vineyard row or olive grove and partake in harvest.

Il Borro's Villa Dimora Il Borro

The alluring Medieval history of Il Borro seduced the Ferragamo family (who rented the property for years) into becoming its official owners in 1993. Since that time the Ferragamos have restored the buildings and surrounding 1,700 acres into a grand estate property that boasts several private villas. Spend your time in cooking classes, tasting wine at the Il Borro Winery, or playing tennis, cycling and hiking. Built in 1854, the ten-bedroom Dimora Il Borro Villa sits In the very the heart of the estate, restored with integrity, it features architectural elements of 19th century Tuscan villas but also modern amenities such as a heated indoor swimming pool and gym . A full-time staff is on hand to cater to any need.

Villa il Poggiale

This stunning Renaissance villa near San Casciano in Val di Pesa was also once the family home of the Vitta family, who ultimately decided to restore the historic property and open it to guests. Interiors feature frescoed walls, high ceilings, antique furnishings and textiles from local Tuscan weavers. The vibe is distinctly personal as the family intended, making this more of a private stay in someones home rather than a hotel. Be sure to book a treatment at their wellness centerwe suggest the olive oil bath or a massage with resveratrol oil. Cooking lessons at the on-site restaurant (which features family recipes and historic Tuscan dishes) can be designed to your desires.

Villa Segale

A six bedroom stunner tucked into the upper western edge of Tuscany, within easy distance of the UNESCO coastal towns of Cinque Terre and Portofino and the internationally acclaimed wines of Bolgheri. The historic home dates back to the 11th century, the ceilings with their ancient chestnut beams and custom made wrought-iron beds (handmade by one the greatest craftsman in Arezzo) lend this property character and authenticity. Spned your time in the airy, sunlit rooms or on one of the leafy patios overlooking a hillside vineyard, or enjoy panoramic vistas from your poolside perch. A private chef can be arranged.

Villa Podere Panico

Located in a nest of rolling hills, this 400 year-old farmhouse is just outside of Siena. Airy and spacious, the property boasts a hot tub, wood-burning fireplace and an epic infinity pool with sweeping Tuscan views. Modern furnishings compliment the historic wood beam ceilings and brick archwasy throughout the home. Oversizwe dining table and chefs kitchen are ideal for hosting a crowd. Some bedrooms open out onto the terrace. Equipped with a gym to work off the pasta, or embrace the experience completely and idle in the hot tub underneath the stars.

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Edith Wharton once praised the lush gardens of this splendid Baroque home. Constructed in 1651, this estate offers acres of manicured greenery to wander, you and your guests might opt to play tennis in the lemon grove, or enjoy a chef-prepared meal poolside. Twelve beautifully styled bedrooms, several with canopied beds, large dining tables al fresco or inside, and a massive chefs kitchen round out the amenities. The antiques, furnishings, sculpture and artwork evoke the original charm and splendor of this villas original ambiance. Relax and savor the privacy, swim in the lap pool or explore wine experiences at the nearby Tuscan Wine School of Siena.

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