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  • ATP Labs - Trans Resveratrol 99% 60 caps - Shop Santé
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ATP Labs - Trans Resveratrol 99% 60 caps

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Antioxidant actionAnti-estrogenic effectimproves cardiovascular healthreduction of LDL (bad cholesterol)cancer preventionincreases enduranceraises metabolism (29% versus 10% for caffeine) DESCRIPTION POWERFUL ANTIOXIDANT Antioxidant actionAnti-estrogenic effectimproves cardiovascular healthreduction of LDL (bad cholesterol)cancer preventionincreases enduranceraises metabolism (29% versus 10% for caffeine) RED WINE MORE THAN EVER "TO YOUR HEALTH"! The consumption of red wine dates back several thousand years. Throughout time, this drink has marked history and even today it still fascinates mankind. The discovery of wine quickly arouses passions through the countless grape varieties, textures, tastes and aromas. There is no other drink that can make us travel so much around the world and when we listen to a sommelier's description of a great wine, we can quickly believe it is poetry. Yet all this is only a small part of all the qualities of this exhilarating elixir. Beyond its gustatory and festive attributes, red wine has exceptional therapeutic properties! It all started with what is called today ''The French Paradox''. This situation, surprising to say the least, has raised a lot of questions among scientists. How was it possible that in France cardiovascular disease is much less present than in North America? With a far from perfect diet, the French still enjoy a far superior cardiovascular health than us North Americans? That was all it took for scientists to find a logical and precise answer to this situation. Research quickly led to the discovery of a polyphenol of the stilbene class, resveratrol. Resveratrol is mainly found in the grape skin and its concentration can vary from one grape variety to another.CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERSNumerous studies have revealed that resveratrol has the ability to influence a multitude of physiological targets responsible for the development of dozens of chronic and degenerative diseases. For example, resveratrol reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease by preventing the development of atheromatous plaques on the walls of arteries and other blood vessels and by promoting better dilatation of these vessels. In addition, resveratrol prevents the oxidation of LDL (bad cholesterol) and increases the body's ability to produce HDL (good cholesterol).CANCERResveratrol also has remarkable anti-cancer properties, in particular through a triple action: it fights against the formation of free radicals, it protects DNA from damage caused by chemicals and it neutralizes carcinogenic substances in the liver. A study published in the journal "Science" has shown that this polyphenol is active in all three phases of tumour development (initiation-promotion-progression). Resveratrol kills cancer cells whether or not they are estrogen-dependent and blocks the development of bone metastases in certain types of cancer. Other studies have shown that it can improve the results of chemotherapy because resveratrol protects healthy cells from some of the harmful effects of chemotherapy.Italian research has shown a significant reduction in the growth of breast cancer cells exposed to resveratrol. This effect is caused by a strong decrease in the expression of estrogen receptors, receptors often involved in the progression of breast cancer. More importantly, these studies show that resveratrol suppresses the growth of cells resistant to tamoxifen, a drug often used to treat hormone-dependent breast cancer. These results could be used in the development of anti-cancer agents for patients resistant to hormonal therapies.Resveratrol exerts its spectacular anti-estrogenic activity by preventing the most potent endogenous estrogens from binding to estrogen receptors. It is part of a family of molecules called SERM (specific,estrogen,receptor,modulator). Resveratrol has significant agonist and antagonist activity on alpha estrogen receptors, but its affinity for these receptors is much weaker than the estrogen itself. In other words, resveratrol can bind to the receptors effectively enough to prevent the more potent and toxic estrogen metabolites from exerting their effects. A decrease in estrogen expression translates for many women into a significant decrease in water retention and cellulite.OBESITYRecent research also shows that resveratrol can help prevent the accumulation of fat and prevent the development of obesity.Resveratrol targets a protein called sirtuin, which mimics the effect of caloric restriction on fat cells. German researchers have also published work demonstrating that resveratrol can have a direct effect on body weight by interfering with the accumulation of fat in fat cells. Using immature adipocytes as a model, they observed that the addition of resveratrol prevented these cells from becoming mature, thereby reducing their susceptibility to proliferate and increase in volume. The combined effects of resveratrol therefore promote a net reduction in fat mass.Other research on obese mice has shown that when large amounts of resveratrol were added to their diet, their overall health improved dramatically. Their insulin levels decreased, preventing the onset of diabetes. The damage to the liver and heart caused by overeating also decreased significantly. The life expectancy of the obese mice treated with resveratrol was comparable to the normal weight mice in the control group.MUSCLE ACTIVATIONFrench researchers have tested resveratrol on animals placed in extremely sedentary conditions to see if resveratrol administration could help in situations to prevent muscle atrophy. The results were astounding! The simple administration of resveratrol to these animals was sufficient to preserve muscle cell mass and metabolic activity. The cells also retained their sensitivity to insulin.According to Johan Auwerx of the Institute of Genetics, Molecular and Cellular Biology in Illkirch, France, "Resveratrol increases muscle endurance by increasing the energy-producing components in muscle cells. Auwerx says that :High doses of trans-resveratrol are needed to trigger the pathway that gives more mitochondria to the cells''. ''The effects of resveratrol are so pronounced that endurance athletes may one day take resveratrol as an ergogenic agent to increase their performance'' he concludes.A BEMALOUSNESS!Since nothing is perfect, the amounts of resveratrol required to promote weight loss are significant. It takes more than 100 bottles of red wine per day to obtain the amount of resveratrol needed to have the same effect as that observed in mice. So for weight loss, supplementation is the only option.Resveratrol supplementation is now possible. There are several products on the market containing different sources of this impressive polyphenol.TRANS-RESVERATROL VS CIS-RESVERATROL.Both the trans and cis-resveratrol forms are naturally found in resveratrol itself, however, trans-resveratrol has greater therapeutic virtues. So when purchasing a resveratrol supplement, make sure that the product you choose is composed of only trans-resveratrol. It is important to have as much standardization as possible because some supplements are composed of 5%, 10%, 20%, 50% and others up to 99% trans-resveratrol! A product at 50% or less also contains cis-resveratrol, which makes it less absorbable and less effective.There are several sources of trans-resveratrol; grapes, peanuts, some berries and Japanese knotweed. Grapes contain 5-8% trans-resveratrol while Japanese knotweed contains 99%!A glass of red wine for the heart and a supplement of trans-resveratrol to promote weight loss and performance. This is the extent of the scientific discoveries made to date on resveratrol.In health, prevention will always remain the best medicine and to do so, diet is the best option. Once again, science has discovered a wonderful drug in a food!

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  • Antioxidant action
  • Anti-estrogenic effect
  • improves cardiovascular health
  • reduction of LDL (bad cholesterol)
  • cancer prevention
  • increases endurance
  • raises metabolism (29% versus 10% for caffeine)

DESCRIPTION

POWERFUL ANTIOXIDANT

  • Antioxidant action
  • Anti-estrogenic effect
  • improves cardiovascular health
  • reduction of LDL (bad cholesterol)
  • cancer prevention
  • increases endurance
  • raises metabolism (29% versus 10% for caffeine)

RED WINE MORE THAN EVER "TO YOUR HEALTH"!

The consumption of red wine dates back several thousand years. Throughout time, this drink has marked history and even today it still fascinates mankind. The discovery of wine quickly arouses passions through the countless grape varieties, textures, tastes and aromas. There is no other drink that can make us travel so much around the world and when we listen to a sommelier's description of a great wine, we can quickly believe it is poetry. Yet all this is only a small part of all the qualities of this exhilarating elixir.

Beyond its gustatory and festive attributes, red wine has exceptional therapeutic properties!

It all started with what is called today ''The French Paradox''. This situation, surprising to say the least, has raised a lot of questions among scientists. How was it possible that in France cardiovascular disease is much less present than in North America? With a far from perfect diet, the French still enjoy a far superior cardiovascular health than us North Americans?

That was all it took for scientists to find a logical and precise answer to this situation. Research quickly led to the discovery of a polyphenol of the stilbene class, resveratrol. Resveratrol is mainly found in the grape skin and its concentration can vary from one grape variety to another.

CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS
Numerous studies have revealed that resveratrol has the ability to influence a multitude of physiological targets responsible for the development of dozens of chronic and degenerative diseases. For example, resveratrol reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease by preventing the development of atheromatous plaques on the walls of arteries and other blood vessels and by promoting better dilatation of these vessels. In addition, resveratrol prevents the oxidation of LDL (bad cholesterol) and increases the body's ability to produce HDL (good cholesterol).

CANCER

Resveratrol also has remarkable anti-cancer properties, in particular through a triple action: it fights against the formation of free radicals, it protects DNA from damage caused by chemicals and it neutralizes carcinogenic substances in the liver. A study published in the journal "Science" has shown that this polyphenol is active in all three phases of tumour development (initiation-promotion-progression). Resveratrol kills cancer cells whether or not they are estrogen-dependent and blocks the development of bone metastases in certain types of cancer. Other studies have shown that it can improve the results of chemotherapy because resveratrol protects healthy cells from some of the harmful effects of chemotherapy.

Italian research has shown a significant reduction in the growth of breast cancer cells exposed to resveratrol. This effect is caused by a strong decrease in the expression of estrogen receptors, receptors often involved in the progression of breast cancer. More importantly, these studies show that resveratrol suppresses the growth of cells resistant to tamoxifen, a drug often used to treat hormone-dependent breast cancer. These results could be used in the development of anti-cancer agents for patients resistant to hormonal therapies.

Resveratrol exerts its spectacular anti-estrogenic activity by preventing the most potent endogenous estrogens from binding to estrogen receptors. It is part of a family of molecules called SERM (specific,estrogen,receptor,modulator). Resveratrol has significant agonist and antagonist activity on alpha estrogen receptors, but its affinity for these receptors is much weaker than the estrogen itself. In other words, resveratrol can bind to the receptors effectively enough to prevent the more potent and toxic estrogen metabolites from exerting their effects. A decrease in estrogen expression translates for many women into a significant decrease in water retention and cellulite.

OBESITY
Recent research also shows that resveratrol can help prevent the accumulation of fat and prevent the development of obesity.

Resveratrol targets a protein called sirtuin, which mimics the effect of caloric restriction on fat cells. German researchers have also published work demonstrating that resveratrol can have a direct effect on body weight by interfering with the accumulation of fat in fat cells. Using immature adipocytes as a model, they observed that the addition of resveratrol prevented these cells from becoming mature, thereby reducing their susceptibility to proliferate and increase in volume. The combined effects of resveratrol therefore promote a net reduction in fat mass.

Other research on obese mice has shown that when large amounts of resveratrol were added to their diet, their overall health improved dramatically. Their insulin levels decreased, preventing the onset of diabetes. The damage to the liver and heart caused by overeating also decreased significantly. The life expectancy of the obese mice treated with resveratrol was comparable to the normal weight mice in the control group.

MUSCLE ACTIVATION

French researchers have tested resveratrol on animals placed in extremely sedentary conditions to see if resveratrol administration could help in situations to prevent muscle atrophy. The results were astounding! The simple administration of resveratrol to these animals was sufficient to preserve muscle cell mass and metabolic activity. The cells also retained their sensitivity to insulin.

According to Johan Auwerx of the Institute of Genetics, Molecular and Cellular Biology in Illkirch, France, "Resveratrol increases muscle endurance by increasing the energy-producing components in muscle cells. Auwerx says that :

High doses of trans-resveratrol are needed to trigger the pathway that gives more mitochondria to the cells''. ''The effects of resveratrol are so pronounced that endurance athletes may one day take resveratrol as an ergogenic agent to increase their performance'' he concludes.

A BEMALOUSNESS!

Since nothing is perfect, the amounts of resveratrol required to promote weight loss are significant. It takes more than 100 bottles of red wine per day to obtain the amount of resveratrol needed to have the same effect as that observed in mice. So for weight loss, supplementation is the only option.

Resveratrol supplementation is now possible. There are several products on the market containing different sources of this impressive polyphenol.

TRANS-RESVERATROL VS CIS-RESVERATROL.

Both the trans and cis-resveratrol forms are naturally found in resveratrol itself, however, trans-resveratrol has greater therapeutic virtues. So when purchasing a resveratrol supplement, make sure that the product you choose is composed of only trans-resveratrol. It is important to have as much standardization as possible because some supplements are composed of 5%, 10%, 20%, 50% and others up to 99% trans-resveratrol! A product at 50% or less also contains cis-resveratrol, which makes it less absorbable and less effective.

There are several sources of trans-resveratrol; grapes, peanuts, some berries and Japanese knotweed. Grapes contain 5-8% trans-resveratrol while Japanese knotweed contains 99%!

A glass of red wine for the heart and a supplement of trans-resveratrol to promote weight loss and performance. This is the extent of the scientific discoveries made to date on resveratrol.

In health, prevention will always remain the best medicine and to do so, diet is the best option. Once again, science has discovered a wonderful drug in a food!