Scientifically researched Antioxidant levels Nutrition profile Great taste SWEETENED BY NATURE No artificial colors No artificial flavors No artificial sweeteners Reserve Antioxidant Dietary Supplement is the perfect combination of five superfruits (açaí berry, pomegranate, dark cherry, Concord grape and blueberry), heart-friendly resveratrol, aloe vera, grape seed extract and green tea extract. Test results** show that Reserve protects live cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. Learn more about how Reserve provides the protection your body needs.* HEART-FRIENDLY RESVERATROL The superstar ingredient in Reserve, resveratrol is a plant-based compound that has been the subject of research and study for decades. Although the polyphenol was not known as “resveratrol” at the time, plants with a high concentration of the powerful compound were used for centuries in Asian medicinal practices. It wasn’t until 1939 that resveratrol was accidentally discovered and isolated from plant roots by Japanese researchers. NOT JUST ANY FRUITS SUPERFRUITS. The ingredients in Reserve were specifically selected based on antioxidant levels, nutrition profile and great taste. This perfect combination results in a powerful product may support your body’s ability to fight free radical damage. more info In the 1990s, resveratrol gained worldwide attention when scholars linked red wine to a phenomenon they called the “French paradox.” While the French eat foods typically categorized as unhealthy, such as butter, cheese, fried potatoes and fat from animal sources, the rate of cardiovascular disease was 1/3 the rate of that found in the United States and other European countries. The startlingly low rate
of heart disease was attributed to French people’s affinity for drinking wine — more specifically to the resveratrol found in the grapes fermented into red wine. While grapes are one source of resveratrol, the compound is also found in Japanese knotweed, mulberries, blueberries, cranberries, peanuts, pistachios and even cocoa. Two forms of resveratrol, trans-resveratrol and cis-resveratrol, have been studied for their health promoting properties. The resveratrol used in Reserve contains both forms. Every day your body is bombarded with free radicals ( highly reactive electrons) that can cause cellular damage. Like a river eventually carves away a canyon, oxidative damage can compound over time, leading to more obvious effects.
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