Fountain of youth found: Harvard study shows Resveratrol provides anti-aging benefits

Harvard Medical School researchers find that Resveratrol stimulates production of disease blocking serum, SIRT1
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(PR NewsChannel) / May 6, 2013 / WEST BABYLON, N.Y. 

Delta LabsA recent study out of Harvard Medical School has confirmed that the “miracle compound” Resveratrol does indeed provide anti-aging benefits.

Published on March 8th, the study explains that the compound increases the production of SIRT1, a disease blocking serum that speeds up cell’s energy production centers.

“In the history of pharmaceuticals, there has never been a drug that binds to a protein to make it run faster in the way that Resveratrol activates SIRT1,” said senior author David Sinclair, Harvard Medical School professor of genetics. “Almost all drugs either slow or block them.”

Women’s health and wellness company, Delta Labs, has been a longtime proponent of the Resveratrol compound, incorporating it into one of their flagship products, Delta Labs’ Resveratrol Extra Strength Red Wine Extract Formula.

“We’ve known from the beginning about the tremendous benefits Resveratrol brings,” said Debbie Morgan, President of Delta Labs. “From heart health to anti-aging, Resveratrol is looking more and more like the stellar compound we’ve always believed it was.”


(Watch the Delta Labs video online: http://youtu.be/IjZFUNEHWW0)

Comprised of three sources of high potency and heart healthy antioxidants Delta Labs’ Resveratrol formula utilizes one of nature’s most potent polyphenols to promote advanced skin protection at the cellular level. Employing pure Resveratrol root, the finest grape seed extract, and pure red wine extract, the formula helps challenge visible signs of aging while also providing proven cardiovascular benefits.

For several years the medical community has been advocating the special polyphenol, Resveratrol, in support of heart health.  Recent studies have shown that the miracle compound is rich in antioxidants and helps promote heart health by slowing down the aging process and keeping the body’s cells, inside and out, looking young and healthy.

Widely regarded as a powerful dietary supplement with a multitude of health benefits, Resveratrol has also been found to have a positive effect for fighting hearing loss, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and cancer.

With the equivalent of one hundred glasses of wine in two small capsules, the women’s health and wellness company’s Resveratrol Extra Strength Red Wine Extract provides the amazing health benefits that would previously only be achieved through consuming large amounts of wine. Delta Labs’ formula ensures maximum benefits while being completely safe to consume on a daily basis.

For more information on Delta Labs or Resveratrol Extra Strength Red Wine Extract, visit www.deltalabsusa.com or visit the Delta Labs’ YouTube page.

About Delta Labs: Delta Labs’ mission is to develop the highest quality, most affordable and comprehensive line of women’s health and wellness formulas founded on scientific research. By partnering with some of the nation’s leading scientific minds, nutritionists, and world renowned physicians, Delta Labs is able to help women lead more invigorating and fulfilling lifestyles. They also believe that the quality of ingredients a woman ingests is one of the most important choices she can make. This is why the entire Delta Labs product line is manufactured under strict cGMP guidelines established by the FDA, guaranteeing women the safest, highest quality and most effective all natural ingredients around.

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SOURCE:  Delta Labs



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