Resveratrol is an active ingredient of plant origin, found in the skin of red grapes, thus also in several red wines, as well as in bitter grass (Polygonum cuspidatum).
Resveratrol is a compound produced by the plant as an immune response that protects against infections. Its amount depends on climate, soil and plant management.
Due to its antioxidant effect, it contributes to the inhibition of harmful oxidative processes, such as cell aging, and can also have a positive effect on carbohydrate and fat metabolism.
In the 1980s, it became apparent from public health data that the number of deaths from coronary heart disease (myocardial infarction) increased in proportion to blood cholesterol levels.
This connection proved to be true for all industrialized countries, but not for France. It turned out that e.g. in the French, on average, blood cholesterol increased almost as much as in Hungary, but in Hungary it was still approx. five times more people die from heart attacks than in France. This phenomenon is called the “French Paradox”.
It soon became clear that the wines of the south of France could be blamed for the “French Paradox”. Further studies have shown that resveratrol, mainly found in southern European wines, is the most important active ingredient in the “French Paradox”.
Numerous animal experiments and clinical trials have shown that resveratrol actually (by more than 80%) reduces the chance of having a heart attack. Moreover, in animal studies, it has also been observed that the area of myocardial death due to “artificially” induced infarction will be much smaller with resveratrol treatment.
Resveratrol is a polyphenol with a strong antioxidant effect.
The capsule contains high purity (95-98%) by the extraction process used.
– Due to its antioxidant effect, it contributes to the inhibition of harmful oxidative processes, such as cell aging, and can also have a positive effect on carbohydrate fat metabolism.
– Clinical studies and public health data demonstrate the beneficial and anti-cancer effects of resveratrol and bioflavonoids on the vascular system.
– It is especially recommended for those who want to support the health of their heart and vascular system by consuming resveratrol.
Coenzyme Q10 is the body’s own active ingredient called ubiquinone.
Coenzyme Q10 has superior antioxidant properties and is essential for the functioning of all cells.
Coenzyme Q10 acts as a catalyst to support cell energy replenishment.
It is also involved in the construction of the energy center of cells and plays a key role in intracellular processes. Q10 works like power plants. The energy absorbed by food is transformed into a form that can be used by the body during biochemical processes. Coenzyme Q10 levels in our body decrease with age.
Q10 is not a foreign substance, as it is also produced by our body, but not always in the right amount! With a normal diet, it is almost impossible to provide the body with the required amount of coenzyme Q10 (the natural source of this substance – mackerel, salmon, sardines, beef heart and liver), so it is necessary to take extra.
– The use of Q10 is mainly effective in cardiovascular diseases, such as congestive heart disease, coronary heart disease, hypertension.
– The efficiency of detoxification processes increases, the aging process slows down, the life of cells is extended.
– It can also be used for various vision problems, it has a very good effect against the development of cataracts.
– It is a powerful antioxidant and helps the cells of the immune system to function, as they are very energy-intensive.
There are ten types of common Q-coenzymes, but only Q10 is found in human tissues.
Folic acid: Folic
acid plays a role in hematopoiesis, normal cell division, balanced functioning of the immune system, and is also necessary for the integrity of the gastrointestinal tract and the integrity of the oral mucosa. Improves the absorption of iron and vitamin B12, used to treat anemia.
Research has shown that there is a clear association between folic acid deficiency and elevated homocysteine levels, which pose a risk of cardiovascular disease.
A healthy person stores about 5-15 mg of folic acid in his body. The best natural sources of folic acid are the liver, leafy vegetables (especially spinach), fruits, and yeast.
Resveratrol, Coenzyme Q10, Folic Acid, Gelatin.
Active ingredient in daily dose:
|Q10 Coenzyme||119 mg|
|Folic acid||0.98 mg|
* RDA 500%
** UL 100%
* RDA:% of recommended daily intake for adults.
** UL:% of maximum daily vitamin / mineral intake.
– 1 capsule / day.
– 30 capsules.