Resveratrol Linked to Disease Prevention



Scientists at Scripps Research Institute recently released study results that show Resveratrol may truly hold the key to anti-aging. They said that new clues about Resveratrol were discovered that showed it may actually slow the aging process.

Scripps Florida said that its researchers found that Resveratrol controls inflammation by working with the body’s estrogen production. Most importantly, Resveratrol seems not to spur the over production of estrogen, which is known to increase the risk of certain cancers and diseases.

They are hoping to use these results to turn Resveratrol into a powerful drug that will fight cholesterol, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and some types of cancer.

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