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Resveratrol Capsules 300mg (30 days, 60 pc.)

Sale price€29,00

Resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine and grapes, has become a familiar name in longevity research for its potential to support healthy aging. Our convenient Resveratrol capsules provide an easy way to incorporate this well-studied ingredient into your routine.

Unleash the Potential Benefits of Resveratrol for Longevity:

  • Cellular Health Support: Studies suggest Resveratrol may influence cellular pathways associated with aging, potentially promoting healthy cellular function and longevity.
  • Sirtuin Activation: Research explores Resveratrol's potential to activate sirtuins, proteins linked to longevity and healthy cellular processes.
  • Cardiovascular Support: Emerging evidence investigates Resveratrol's role in supporting healthy blood pressure already within a normal range and potentially promoting cardiovascular health.
Resveratrol Capsules 300mg (30 days, 60 pc.)
Resveratrol Capsules 300mg (30 days, 60 pc.) Sale price€29,00

DAILY DOSAGE

300-600mg (1-2 capsules of 300mg)

SUGGESTED USE

1-2 capsules (300-600mg), ideally during the breakfast meal. Swallow with water.

EFFECT PEAK

3-4 weeks

SOURCE OF MATERIAL

High quality Japanese Knotweed extract produced in EU

What is Resveratrol?

Resveratrol is a natural compound found in red wine, grapes, and some berries.

It acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells from damage.

Early studies indicate it may offer benefits for heart health, blood sugar control, and even anti-aging effects.

While you can get some resveratrol from your diet, supplements are the most effective way to consume the active ingredient.

How does Resveratrol work?

Resveratrol acts like a cellular guardian within your body.

It activates proteins that have a protective effect, shielding cells from damage caused by free radicals, molecules linked to aging. Research suggests

Resveratrol might benefit your heart health by improving blood flow and potentially regulating blood sugar levels through its cellular influence.

Some early studies show promise for its role in brain function and inflammation reduction.

Longevity meaning by L Cell

200 years long lifetime.

That is not just a slogan, but also a realistic goal.

In 1961 American scientist Leonard Hayflick has discovered that most human cells are capable to divide up to 60 times before they die.

Upon every divison they mutate by loosing some of the original DNA epigenome information, making our bodies increasingly older and proner to diseases.

Luckily, scientific achievements of recent 20 years have proven that there are ways to slow down and even reverse the degeneration process.