- Antioxidant benefits
- Supports a healthy cardiovascular system
- Formulated to include Resveratrol from grapes and knotweed
- Alcohol & Preservative Free
- GMO Free
- All Natural Ingredients Including Fresh Whole Muscadine Grape Extract
- Supplies Trans-Resveratrol
- No Wheat, Gluten, Yeast, Salt or Dairy Products
- No Benzoates or Sorbates
- Optimized with QUIK-SORB®, our exclusive blend of herbs known to enhance delivery of nutrients to the body
Resveratrol is a chemical constituent that has been isolated from grapes, red wine, blueberries, red berries, and Japanese Knotweed. Muscadine is the species of Grape (berry) known to have the highest concentration of ellagic acid and anthocyanins. Nature's Answer extracts only Fresh Whole Muscadine Grapes (berries) in our own state-of-the-art extraction facility in the U.S.A. to bring you the highest quality extract available.
Resveratrol has created a buzz in the scientific community. Research shows that it may be the missing link in the 'French Paradox'. Nature's Answer Resveratrol Reserve is Super Concentrated so that you can reap the healthful benefits of resveratrol. One teaspoon (5 ml) serving contains 125 mg of trans-resveratrol. This is equivalent to the resveratrol content of approximately 1133 (5 oz) glasses of wine! †
Resveratrol Reserve from Nature's Answer is the most technologically advanced Resveratrol available on the market. We use only the purest most potent ingredients obtainable. Nature's Answer, the pioneer in herbal extracts, continues to set the industry standard for superior quality liquid extracts since 1972. We combine the most biologically ACTIVE, highly purified form of Resveratrol, 99% PURE trans-resveratrol, along with other delicious high ORAC 'super fruits' to bring you the top level, premier quality Resveratrol available on the market.
†The average 5 oz. glass of wine contains 0.94 mg of Trans-Resveratrol. Hidgon, J., Drake, V.J. and Steward W.P., in Scientific Information on Health Aspects of Micronutrients and Phytochemicals for the General Public, Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University, May 2008.