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Resveratrol (polygonum cuspidatum) (root) (Complex containin g 50% Trans-Resveratrol)
Resveratrol is a plant compound that acts as an antioxidant. Red wine, grapes, berries, and peanuts are among the top food sources. The skins and seeds of grapes and berries tend to contain the highest concentrations of this compound. As these parts of the grape are fermented with red wine, resveratrol concentrations are particularly high in red wine. (1)(2)(3)
Effects on Blood Lipid Profiles
According to several animal studies, resveratrol supplements may have a positive effect on blood fat levels. In 2016, mice were fed a high-protein, high-polyunsaturated fat diet as well as resveratrol supplements. The mice's total cholesterol levels and body weight decreased, and their "good" HDL cholesterol levels increased. An enzyme that controls cholesterol production may be reduced by resveratrol. As an antioxidant, it may also decrease the oxidation of "bad" LDL cholesterol. Plaque buildup in artery walls is caused by LDL oxidation. (4)(5)(6)
Drinking red wine has been found to slow down age-related cognitive decline in several studies. In part, this may be due to resveratrol's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. In Alzheimer's disease, beta-amyloids are crucial for forming the plaques that are a hallmark of the disease. In addition, the compound may protect brain cells from damage by setting off a chain of events. (7)(8)(9)
Insulin Sensitive and Interactions
There is evidence that resveratrol has several benefits for diabetes, at least in animal studies. As a result, insulin sensitivity is increased and diabetes complications are prevented. The action of resveratrol may be explained by its ability to inhibit the conversion of glucose into sorbitol, sugar alcohol, by a certain enzyme. People with diabetes who accumulate too much sorbitol can suffer from oxidative stress, which can damage their cells. (10)(11)
The antioxidant action of resveratrol may protect against oxidative stress, which contributes to some diabetes complications. Inflammation, which contributes to chronic diseases like diabetes, may be reduced by resveratrol. Resveratrol activates AMPK, a protein that helps the body metabolize glucose. (12)
People with diabetes may even benefit more from resveratrol than those without. Red wine and resveratrol were actually more effective antioxidants in rats with diabetes than in rats without. (13)
Resveratrol and Blood Pressure
The antioxidant properties of resveratrol make it a promising supplement for lowering blood pressure. In a 2015 review, high doses were found to reduce the pressure exerted on artery walls by the heart. (14)(15)
As the upper number on a blood pressure reading, this type of pressure is called systolic blood pressure. With age, arteries stiffen, increasing systolic blood pressure. It's a risk factor for heart disease when it's high. Blood vessels relax when nitric oxide is produced by resveratrol, thus lowering blood pressure. (16)(17)