With all the talk about resveratrol lately have you wondered if resveratrol side effects are all positive, or if perhaps some are negative? When looking at nutritional supplements that is one of the first things I research.
In case you don’t know the benefits of this antioxidant, let me name a few:
Younger looking skin
Helps fight off cancer cells
Reduces heart disease
Lowers risk of Alzheimer’s or other neurological conditions
Has anti aging benefits
Boost athletic endurance and performance
Raises metabolism which can help with weight loss
Lowers blood sugar to help fight diabetes
Anti inflammatory to help reduce arthritis
So far this sounds like all positives doesn’t it?
In fact this remarkable “fountain of youth” supplement can be 50 times more potent an antioxidant than Vitamin C. Now that is powerful.
You can find this great health promoting substance in things like the skin of red grapes, in peanuts, mulberries, Japanese Knotweed and other plant sources.
You’ve probably heard drinking red wine is good for you. One of the reasons is that it contains this wonderful health-benefiting ingredient from the skins of red grapes.
With all of the above positive effects this has on your body the only negative resveratrol side effects I can find is if consuming red wine is the only way you are getting this into your body you will end up drunk, because it takes about a thousand bottles a day to get enough for the above health benefits.
I think you would agree with me that is not a good solution at all to obtaining optimal health. The best way I have found to be sure you are getting enough of this amazing nutrient is by taking it in supplement form.
The nutritional supplement I take combines 20 mg of resveratrol with many other great health benefiting substances like CoQ10, alpha lipoic acid, essential amino acids, essential minerals and vitamins to give me totally balanced supplement.
So in conclusion you won’t find any negative side effects unless you try to drink enough red wine to get your health benefits. What you need to do is find a good supplement containing this antioxidant, and don’t worry about any negative resveratrol side effects. If you’re having trouble finding a good source, check out the web site in my bio below to find what I take.