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One teaspoon (5 mL) serving contains 125 mg of trans-resveratrol. This is equivalent to the resveratrol content of approximately 133 (5 oz) glasses of wine.
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. Many scientists consider Resveratrol to be a link to cellular longevity and anti-aging. Antioxidants found in Resveratrol are said to protect molecules from oxidative degeneration seen in the aging process according to literature. When Resveratrol enters cells it stimulates production of the SIRT1 enzyme which is said to boost mitochondrial health in muscle and other tissues, which increases energy reserve.