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Red Wine Compound Resveratrol Affects Immune Systems of Dogs in Different Ways

Red Wine Compound Resveratrol Affects Immune Systems of Dogs i...

A compound found commonly in grape skins and red wine, known as resveratrol, has been found to affect the immune systems of dogs in different ways. The researchers believe that these findings could eventually lead to the use of resveratrol in ... MedIndia, 1 week ago

When less is more: Low doses of resveratrol may help bowel cancer, study says

iStock The naturally occurring plant compound, resveratrol, has been widely studied for its potential anti-cancer benefits. But data about this antioxidanthas been mixed, with research variously showing positive, neutral and negative outcomes, ...
 UnitedHealthcare1 week ago Encapsulating Resveratrol Reduces its Bitter Notes in Food  Food Product Design3 weeks ago Low Doses Of Cancer-Fighting Compound In Wine Can Reduce Disease Risk, Study Finds  International Business Times1 month ago 9 Cancer-Fighting Foods and Beverages  Psychology Today1 month ago
Bioscience Technology Online

Micelles Containing Resveratrol and Quercetin Reverse Doxorubicin Cardiotoxicity

Image: A new micelle delivery system for the protective polyphenols resveratrol and quercetin (mRQ) may have value in cancer chemotherapy (Photo courtesy of Oregon State University). Cancer researchers blocked the toxic effects of the cancer drug ...
 Biotech Daily1 month ago Resveratrol, quercetin show hope for potential new cancer treatment  Yahoo! India1 month ago Red Wine Antioxidant May Provide New Cancer Therapy Options  Bioscience Technology Online1 month ago Resveratrol and quercetin may improve efficacy of existing chemotherapeutic cancer drug  9ija News.com1 month ago

In Small Doses, Compound Found in Red Grapes May Help Prevent Bowel Cancer

Small doses of resveratrol, a chemical found in red grapes, was found to be more effective at preventing bowel cancer in lab mice than large doses, according to a new study in Science Translational Medicine. "For studies aimed at investigating ...
 ALNMag.com3 weeks ago Dietary doses of resveratrol may inhibit development of colorectal cancer [PreClinical]  2 Minute Medicine3 weeks ago Resveratrol's Low-Dose Anticancer Effect  The Scientist1 month ago Red Grapes Benefits: Resveratrol Chemical May Prevent Colon Cancer, But Moderation Is Key  Food World News1 month ago
Med India

Depressed? Go for red grapes and wine

ersity of South Carolina School of Medicine's study found that resveratrol, a natural anti-inflammatory agent found in the skin of red grapes, can prevent inflammation as well as depression-related behaviors in rodents exposed to a social stress. Susan K.
 Business Standard2 months ago Resveratrol Found in Red Grapes and Red Wine can Help Ease Your Depression  Med India2 months ago Gluten Free Products Guide 2015 - For the Gluten Free Diet  LA Splash Magazine1 month ago
Global FoodMate

Pure natural strong antioxidant 98% Trans-resveratrol giant knotweed extract

Giant Knotweed Extract Powerful natural anti-oxidant and cancer inhibitor, anti-inflammatory Giant Knotweed Extract is extracted from Polygonum Cuspidatum Sieb by ethanol and water. Part used: Rhizome Benefit: 1. Natural ...
 Global FoodMate3 days ago Pure natural balancing blood sugar antioxidant grape vine extract  Global FoodMate3 days ago
Teatro Naturale International

Resveratrol is found to reduce depression

Scientists have recently discovered a link between inflammation and depression, which affects approximately 148 million people in the United States. A new study finds that resveratrol — a natural anti-inflammatory agent found in the skin of red ...
 Teatro Naturale International4 days ago Red-Wine Compound May Prevent Serious Depression (Wine Spectator)  Wine Spectator1 month ago
Live Trading News

Chocolate And Red Wine Are Good For Your Heart

Resveratrol is a natural compound found in chocolate, red wine, and other foods, it has been shown to boost heart health in many studies. Now, scientists at the Scripps Research Institute think they know how and why. In new research published ...
 Live Trading News3 weeks ago Cancer-Fighting Compound Found In Wine Is More Effective At Smaller Doses  Popular Science1 month ago Compounds in wine aid cancer treatment  Individual.com1 month ago The real reason red wine is good for your heart  Business Insider1 month ago
Food World News

Scientists turn white fat into obesity-fighting beige fat

In the study, mice were fed a high fat diet. Those receiving resveratrol in amounts equivalent to 12 ounces of fruit per day for humans gained about 40 percent less weight than control mice. Resveratrol is a polyphenol, a type of antioxidant found ...
 Global FoodMate2 months ago Resveratrol Induces Fat Browning, Weight Loss in Mice (CME/CE)  MedPage Today2 months ago Turning Bad Body Fat Into Good Fat  Food World News4 weeks ago Fruits may Help Convert Excess White Fat into Calorie-Burning Fat  Med India2 months ago

Resveratrol works - and at much lower doses than previously thought

The fountain of youth may indeed spout cabernet. And you might not have to glug gallons of it to feel the benefits. New research has uncovered how resveratrol, a compound in grapes and cacao beans, affects our cells. Resveratrol's been in the ...
 New Hope 3601 month ago Study: Resveratrol works -- and at much lower doses than previously thought  New Hope 3601 month ago
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