Resveratrol Phytosome is a highly bioavailable form of resveratrol, a natural compound best known for its presence in red wine that may act as an antioxidant, promote cardiovascular health, and increase longevity.*
Resveratrol is a stilbenoid, a type of natural phenol, and a phytoalexin produced by several plants (including grapes, raspberries, and peanuts) in response to injury or disease. Resveratrol Phytosomeis a highly bioavailable phytosome form of resveratrol, providing over four times the efficacy of standard resveratrol in the human metabolism. Studies suggest Resveratrol Phytosome and resveratrol act as an antioxidant, sirtuin upregulator, and longevity promoter.
What is Resveratrol Phytosome and Resveratrol?
Resveratrol Phytosome is the optimized bioavailability phytosome form of resveratrol, a well-known active polyphenol produced in many plants in response to injury or disease. Sources of resveratrol in food include the skin of grapes, blueberries, raspberries, mulberries, and peanuts. Resveratrol Phytosome is a highly bioavailable phytosome form of resveratrol, providing over four times the efficacy of standard resveratrol in the human metabolism. Studies suggest trans-resveratrol acts as an antioxidant, sirtuin upregulator, and longevity promoter, and may support heart and cardiovascular health.
Resveratrol Phytosome Benefits and Uses
Studies have shown that Resveratrol Phytosome may have the following benefits:
- Supports heart and cardiovascular health
- Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects
- Promotes healthy aging
Additional Information on Resveratrol Phytosome and Resveratrol
Resveratrol is a polyphenolic compound referred to as a ‘stilbene’ due to its structure, and it is the most common and well researched stilbene currently known (despite stilbene’s per se being a class of molecules). Stilbenes tend to be most well known for occurring in the Vitis family (Grape family) although they extend to many plants.
Resveratrol appears in nature most commonly as two stereoisomers, trans-resveratrol the subject of much study due to its Sirtuin-related pharmacology and cis-resveratrol a less stable, less bioactive and less studied analogue. In general we will use trans-resveratrol and resveratrol interchangeably to refer to the former. Resveratrol Phytosome is a highly bioavailable phytosome form of resveratrol, providing over four times the efficacy of standard resveratrol in the human metabolism.
Resveratrol Phytosome is made of trans-resveratrol and may also act as an upregulator of sirtuin, a group of cytoplasmic and mitochondrial proteins that are involved in energy restriction and metabolism and thought to be related to aging. This mechanism may be responsible for Resveratrol Phytosome and resveratrol’s role in increasing longevity.
Botany’s Resveratrol Phytosome is composed of ~33% w/w trans-Resveratrol, derived from Polygonum cuspidatum, and ~67% w/w Lecithin, derived from Soy.
Where to Buy Resveratrol Phytosome?
Botany offers high-quality Resveratrol Phytosome powder in a quantity of 10g.
For Best Results:
- Take 250mg orally 1-3 times per day.
- A 10 gram jar contains 40 x 250mg servings.
- We recommend using a milligram scale to accurately measure dosages.
- Sensitive to flavors? Feel free to mix your powder into your favorite food or drink.
- Store in a cool, dry place away from light. Minimize exposure to air.
- This product is hygroscopic. It can absorb moisture from the air and form hard clumps.
One Serving (250mg) Contains:
- Resveratrol Phytosome 250mg
- Other Ingredients: none.
- No artificial colors, preservatives, or additives.
This product is contraindicated in an individual with a history of hypersensitivity to any of its ingredients.
Consult your physician if pregnant, nursing, have or suspect a medical condition.
Do not use if tamper seal is broken.
This product is hygroscopic, it can absorb moisture from the air and form a hard hydrate crystal, making it harder to measure.