Daily Glass of Polyphenols

The anti-aging french paradox and that have a daily glass of red wine thing…is their some validity to that ??

I have a product that is like drinking 100 glasses of wine a day without the hangover!

That’s a healthy dose of polyphenols!

If the polyphenols really do make such a difference I’d like me some of that.

Dr. Oz has spoken on Oprah about anti-aging, life regeneration, life prolonging, life extension pioneering and the significant value of resveratrol.

Resveratrol is a potent member of the class of natural, plant-derived chemicals known as polyphenols.  Diets high in fruits and vegetables containing polyphenols can reduce risk of a variety of health concerns.

The skin of the red grape is particularly rich in polyphenols and one of the significant ingredients in our anti-aging live longer tonic.

If you google resveratrol in relationship to cancer, diabetes or cardiovascular disease you will find oodles of research demonstrating it’s benefits.

Kindof cool.

Many resveratrol products are tainted with emodin — a laxative.  This is apparently done to give the effect of detoxification. As many as 50% of them are tainted.

Wow.  I totally didn’t know that.

Our resveratrol product is 98% pure.

The muscadine grape, which we use, is a super duper grape and has additional valuable and very unique chemical componants.

I am very proud to represent this astounding and truly beneficial anti-aging product.

A 30 day supply of our anti-aging tonic has the equivalent amount of resveratrol found in 3,000 glasses of red wine, and our exclusive ingredients are 10x more powerful in slowing a key mechanism of aging than resveratrol alone*.


cellular red wine bubble flickr image credit

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