Friday, June 5, 2009

The Promise of Resveratrol to Slow Aging is REAL.. but Fact you should know Revealed

I think you may be interested in what was published in "The Saturday Evening Post." It's a confirmation of the power of resveratrol from Dr. Maroon.

Want the Health Benefits of Red Wine, but without the side effects of Alcohol?

Resveratrol, a highly active compound found in the skins of stressed red grapes, is considered key in protecting against heart disease, cancer and neurological diseases, says Dr. Joseph Maroon, a neuroscience professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He says it also can help prevent some infections, serve as an antiviral, reduce obesity, protect against some forms of diabetes and slow the effects of aging.

Get this... There are currently more than 200 products on the market claiming to contain resveratrol. And since Dr. David Sinclair's appearance on 60 Minutes in January, the number of new resveratrol products on the market has nearly doubled.

The promise of resveratrol to slow aging is real. Sadly, research shows there is little if any resveratrol in most of these products and brands them as nothing more than marketing hype and totally ineffective.

The good news is, one product does live up to Dr. David Sinclair's research claims from Harvard. It's called Vivix.

While Vivix does contain the purest and most potent trans-resveratrol possible, it is far more effective at fighting disease and slowing aging than resveratrol alone. Why? Because Vivix also contains a unique blend of key polyphenols that make it 1,000% more effective at blocking AGE proteins a key marker for cellular aging.

In just 8 months since it's introduction (8-8-08) nearly 1 million bottles of Vivix have been purchased and more than 9 million teaspoons are taken every single day. It has become the number one anti-aging supplement in America.

Testimonials are pouring in from people who claim dramatic results: more energy, better sleep, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, weight loss, and wholesale changes in blood work reports, and the list goes on and on.

No comments:

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...