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    August 21, 2018 Emma McGowan

    Resveratrol May Help Improve Cholesterol, Triglycerides

    High cholesterol levels are associated with increased risk of heart disease. A recent study suggests that taking a resveratrol supplement may help improve total cholesterol levels in people with high cholesterol. Participants in the study included 71 people with high...

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  • June 21, 2016 Sarah McGowan-Freije

    Tea and Grape Compounds May Help With Weight Loss

    A recent study suggests that taking a supplement containing epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) and resveratrol may increase oxidative capacity in muscle fibers, mitochondrial respiration, and reduce visceral adipose tissue mass in obese individuals, which is important for weight loss. Participants in the...

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  • January 25, 2016 Emma McGowan

    Resveratrol May Boost Mitochondrial Capacity During Workouts

    Mitochondria are the “power fuels” of our cells and increased mitochondrial activity is indicative of increased and healthier muscle growth. A recent study suggests that taking a resveratrol and piperine supplement and performing low-intensity exercise may boost mitochondrial capacity in...

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  • November 12, 2014 Sarah McGowan-Freije

    Resveratrol May Help Improve Bone Health in Men

    Metabolic syndrome is associated with low-grade inflammation, which could potentially be harmful to bone health. A recent study suggest that supplements of resveratrol may help improve bone health by stimulating mineralization and bone formation in middle-aged men with metabolic syndrome....

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  • August 7, 2014 Emma McGowan

    Resveratrol May Slow Memory Loss

    A decline in memory performance is common as people age but a recent study suggests that taking a resveratrol supplement may boost memory function in mature adults. Participants in the study included 46 men and women between the ages of...

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