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French Paradox

RESVERATROL is one of the most powerful discovered antioxidant, which is found in small amounts in various plants such as red grapes, blueberries, cranberries, pomegranates, nuts, Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum), etc. Plants use RESVERATROL to prevent stress, which occurs when they are damaged. In medical industry RESVERATROL is mainly extracted from the plant Polygonum Cuspidatum.
Red Vine and Resveratrol

 "FRENCH PARADOX"

Human have become acquainted with RESVERATROL as antioxidant, with the so-called "French paradox" phenomenon. This phenomenon consist in circumstances that the French who eat much unhealthy food, which contains animal fat, despite of that live long and suffer less cardiovascular disease than North Europeans. Scientists believe that the consumption of red wine and the antioxidant RESVERATROL which exists in red wine help to avoid heart diseases. One litre of red wine consists 2-4 mg RESVERATROL.

250 mg of Trans-Resveratrol containing capsule is equivalent of more than 125 litres of red wine potential.
500 mg of Trans-Resveratrol containing capsule is equivalent of more than 250 litres of red wine potential.

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