Advanced Cardiovascular Support from NuMedica ResveraPlex Plus
NuMedica ResveraPlex Plus is formulated with resveratrol to provide advanced cardiovascular support. Resveratrol is a natural plant-based compound found in foods like grapes that may have the ability to improve cardiovascular health and help the body ward off heart disease. Its powerful antioxidant effects may also benefit the body in many other healthful ways.
The Benefits of Resveratrol
NuMedica ResveraPlex Plus is designed with potent resveratrol that has been linked to many health benefits. Preliminary studies have indicated that this compound found in the skins of grapes, for example, has anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation is associated with disease. By warding it off along with the free radicals that cause it, you can more effectively protect your overall health.
Many scientists are particularly interested in resveratrol for its ability to enhance heart health. According to research, resveratrol may be able to help reduce harmful LDL cholesterol in the blood where it can lead to a hardening of the arteries. It may also be able to help ward off hypertension and reduce cell adhesion, which makes it more difficult for plaque to build up in the arteries where it can block vital blood flow.
Other research involving resveratrol is focused on its potential anti-cancer effects and its ability to reduce the risks for obesity. It may even be able to reduce insulin sensitivity, which may decrease the risk for diabetes mellitus. Research also shows that resveratrol can contribute to more youthful looking skin and increased longevity with its anti-aging properties.
You can make resveratrol part of your healthy lifestyle by taking a NuMedica ResveraPlex Plus. With its natural ingredients, this supplement can enhance heart health and may provide other healthful benefits as well.
What Is Resveratrol?
Resveratrol is a polyphenic bioflavonoid antioxidant that’s produced by certain plants and found in foods and drinks that are known to halt the effects of aging. Resveratrol is classified as a phytoestrogen because of its ability to interact with estrogen receptors in a positive way. Plants that produce resveratrol and other types of antioxidants actually do so partly as a protective mechanism and response to stressors within their environments, including radiation, the presence of insects or other predators, injury, and fungal infections. Today, resveratrol is believed to be one of the most potent polyphenols and strongest protectors against symptoms associated with aging and free radical damage.
Studies show that the most naturally abundant sources of resveratrol (not to mention many other protective phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals) are plants, including the skin of red grapes, red wine, raw cocoa, and dark berries, such as lingonberries, blueberries, mulberries and bilberries. Red wine is probably the best known source, mostly due to its high levels thanks to the fermentation process that turns grape juice to alcohol. During production of red wine, grape seeds and skins ferment in the grape’s juices, which have positive effects on levels and availability of resveratrol.
The benefits of resveratrol were first discovered when researchers found that yeast and other microbes, insects and animals fed resveratrol experienced an increased life span as a result. Various studies continued to confirm its amazing anti-aging benefits, demonstrated in studies conducted on fruit flies, fish, mice and nematode worms, all of which lived longer compared to control groups that were not treated with this phytonutrient.