It’s now been 3 months since Doctor Oz, Oprah’s resident celebrity “Quack” reviewed the National Geographic “Blue Zones” study into areas around the world where people live the longest.
Having featured on CNN, CNBC, 60 Minutes and a host of Talk Shows, Resveratrol Ultra is argued to be the most effective longevity supplement second to the “fountain of youth”.
So what does Resveratrol Ultra have to offer?
The following Rezv benefits are what most Resveratrol manufactures claim this longevity tab can achieve:
1) It helps activate your “longevity enzyme” by protecting you from youth-stealing environmental toxins that you’re exposed to everyday, helping to counter the effects of these free radicals by shielding your system from oxidative cell damage and therefore speeding up cellular repair.
2) It helps activate the SiRT1 gene. The SiRT1 gene triggers a fight response within our cells which breaks down stored fat and increases energy levels, therefor instructing natural weight loss.
3) It actively strips layers of toxins which line your arteries which they argue is the sole contributor to achieving such great longevity. Resveratrol is an anti-oxidant which when consumed over progressive periods has been observed in communities to eliminate fatty acids which line them, providing squeaky clean arteries which helps your heart work under the least strain, therefore extending the life of your heart and preventing it from future artery related ailments.
The third point here is argued the most beneficial as having clean arteries is crucial if you really are keen on living longer.
The U.S and Europe have some of the worst artery related fatality statistics on record so reports that Resveratrol Ultra can potentially strip layers of manufactured toxins and fatty acids from their lining, comes as welcome news to many including doctors and dietitians.
The two communities who consume Resveratrol Ultra in its purest concentration are found in Sardinia and Okinawa. Found in the skin of the Muscadine grape and the root of the Okinawan plant Knotweed – this is argued to be a crucial reason in why these countries hold the highest number male and female centenarians per capita in the world.