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Review of resveratrol bioavailability issues

resveratrol bioavailability

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#1 Vlad

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Posted 31 January 2016 - 03:58 PM


Resveratrol is one of those potentially promising supplements, plagued by the bioavailability issue. Works in experiments, but we humans have trouble absorbing it. In general money spend on resveratrol supplements is wasted money or so it seems.

 

A recent study looked into all available material and reviewed that. Recommended for everybody that takes or is planning to take resveratrol.

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#2 Daniscience

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Posted 15 August 2016 - 09:02 PM

So what the hell can we do about it? Aside of taking some black pepper with it.



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#3 Nate-2004

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Posted 16 September 2016 - 11:07 PM

What about pterostilbene, which seems poorly researched at this point but is supposedly quite bioavailable by comparison? There's some concern over whether it actually activates SIRT1 or not but we wouldn't know what's up unless people actually do some real research.


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#4 Jason Long

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Posted 09 January 2017 - 04:13 PM

Pterostilbene stays in your body 7-times longer than resveratrol...but stil just 1,5h. If you have the ability to buy the quality one and consume it, than do it :like:

As for resveratrol, it is a blood thinner. And I noticed that effect when have this licking tabs from Twinlab, which posseses lower amount of resveratrol (compared to 500mg softgel I enjoyed) but I got these red dots under the skin and when I got bruises, they bleed like hell. So from my  experience, such form is the best. It is easier with mushrooms, where fermented mode is possible...


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