Sunday, January 04, 2009

Resveratrol on Symmetry Product "Genesis"

What is Resveratrol? Why there is a lot of study for this molecules?

According to study drinking Red wine is the key for the said French Paradox. What is French Paradox? FRENCH PARADOX is a scientific observation to all French people who suffer a very low of conorary heart disease while consuming food with high in saturated fats.

Now the main key for the said paradox is the resveratrol that the Red wine have?

Where to find and get this Resveratrol?

While present in other plants, such as eucalyptus, spruce, and lily, and in other foods such as mulberries and peanuts, resveratrol's most abundant natural sources are Vitis vinifera, labrusca, and muscadine grapes, which are used to make wines. The resveratrol content of wine is related to the length of time the grape skins are present during the fermentation process. Thus the concentration is significantly higher in red wine than in white wine, because the skins are removed earlier during white-wine production, lessening the amount that is extracted and Grape juice, which is not a fermented beverage, is not a significant source of resveratrol.

But not all of us drink wine specially the young ones so how they will be benifited of this Resveratrol... The answer is Genesis a product Symmetry...

Genesis™ is a delicious combination of highly standardized fruit juices and whole fruit extracts, infused with a proprietary blend of herbs and other powerful foods. The renowned antioxidant properties of whole fruit pomegranate and whole fruit red grape combine with the healing and restorative nature of whole fruit apple, olive leaf and Aloe Vera for a heavenly-tasting 100% juice product.

Symmetry has chosen to use the slow but powerful infusion process with Genesis to create the greatest concentration of protective anthropalexins (literally, "protector of humankind"), age-fighting antioxidants and powerful phytonutrients imaginable.

Infusion is the lost art and science of coaxing maximum benefits from botanical materials without adding damaging heat or nasty chemicals. Infusion has been practiced for thousands of years and has been the basis for nearly all medications.


dhynesok said...

The wonder ingredient in wine is resveratrol. Dr. David Sinclair, Associate Professor of Pathology and Co-Director of the Laboratories for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging at Harvard Medical School is the leader in research into the anti-aging
properties of resveratrol. The current studies performed by Dr. Sinclair and many other researchers have shown great promise for resveratrol treating the diseases of aging. There are numerous articles that I have linked to at my website - - that document the findings for the potential health benefits in treating heart disease, cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, and other diseases.
Concerning supplements containing a high quality and potency of resveratrol that is necessary to achieve the dosage levels utilized in the lab tests, there is a new product called Vivix. Shaklee Corporation, the number one natural nutrition company
in the U.S. (, has produced a liquid resveratrol supplement that is 10 times stronger than
resveratrol alone due to its patented formulation of polyphenols.
Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Oz are both users and promoters of Shaklee products and Oprah has featured Roger Barnett, Chairman and CEO of Shaklee (, on her show.
So for a highly researched resveratrol supplement of exceptional quality, please visit - - to discover more about Vivix.

Ju said...

Have you had a chance to watch 60 Minutes or Barbra Walters segments last weekend about it?

It show promise in mice. For mice, has shown major health improvements including blood sugar control. Keep in mind that 6 out of 10 major drug successes in mice - fail in humans. But the limited human trials showed promise and there are some patients that claim it helps. However, this could be the 'placebo effect,' and only empirical data under controlled experiments can tell for sure. It will take a few years for these clinical trials to conclude.

You can get supplements of the extract right now. While it is safe, it is not guaranteed to work. Before making a decision, you should watch all the videos. Here's the a recap from all the trustworthy shows:

I did some research and learned the following: You can only get 1-2mgs of it in a single bottle of wine. So, white, it's a good excuse to drink wine, but you really won't get much benefit. There are resveratrol supplements on the market - but many do not have the required strength and they don't work for everyone. The only way to know for sure is to try the supplements. Hope you find this interesting... its a future hope for the fountain of youth and treatments (not cures) for countless diseases.

-Linda, the Good Nurse.

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