For that matter, speaking of resveratrol analogues, polydatin is promising and available if you know where to look. Some Japanese researchers have reported on its metabolites, and it results in high blood levels of resveratrol, higher than one gets by taking resveratrol. It seems to bypass intestinal glucoronidation and first pass liver metabolism, giving quite a spike.
In another thread, Maxwatt posted the above. It didn't seem to get any notice. The highlighted really got my attention.
I thought that polydatin was the stuff that made up a fair bit of the 50% powders. Does anyone have any more about this and where can I get it in a fairly high concentration?
Sounds like something we should be persueing.