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How Grape Ingredient Works to Our Benefit

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Resveratrol, the beneficial ingredient in grapes, has once been touted as an elixir of youth.

Now scientists have cracked open the secrets of how it promotes health — it activates powerfully an evolutionary ancient stress response in human cells.

More:  Resveratrol Improves Strength

“This stress response represents a layer of biology that has been largely overlooked, and resveratrol turns out to activate it at much lower concentrations
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Resveratrol Anti-Inflammatory in Cardiovascular Diseases

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Why the French tend to less frequently develop cardiac diseases than Germans, despite the fact that they eat more fatty foods?

This so-called French Paradox has been attributed to the higher consumption of red wine in France and it has been the subject of various studies in the past. Continue reading

 

Dr. Perlmutter’s Super Six Supplements

By Dr. David Perlmutter

To truly provide your body with brain-boosting nutrients and vitamins that help stave off brain disease and other illnesses, you should consider a regular regimen of supplements.

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Resveratrol Boosts Learning and Memory

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Eat more red grapes, organic if possible, as the resveratrol they contain could help your memory, reports a new study from Zhengzhou University in China. Continue reading

 

Grapes and Blueberries Boost Immunity

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We are all quite aware of the benefits of grapes and blueberries.

 

Now exciting research shows that red grapes and blueberries may even boost immunity.

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