Resveratrol is a polyphenol (micronutrients that naturally occur in plants) and can be found in berries, peanuts, pistachios, red wine and the skin of red grapes. Polyphenols reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease and slow the aging process. Resveratrol is an antiviral and anti-inflammatory, and prevents insulin resistance. It also protects the body against obesity.

• Augments autophagy
• Works synergistically with spermidine and intermittent fasting
• Has a high safety profile in healthy adults

Ask a healthcare provider before adding resveratrol to your daily routine if you:
• Have a grape allergy
• Use blood thinners
• Take blood pressure meds
• Take anti-cancer drugs
• Take MAO inhibitors
• Use St. John’s Wort
• Use Ginko Biloba