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Resveratrol (3,4,5-trihydroxystilbene) is a polyphenolic compound naturally occurred. In 1992 when its presence was first reported in red wine, leading to speculation that resveratrol might help explain the French Paradox-- the low incidence of heart disease among the French people, who eat a relatively high-fat die , Scientists became interested in exploring potential health benefits of resveratrol
In 2003, Resveratrol was first discovered to have an anti-aging properties and reported in NATURE. The study showed that yeast treated with resveratrol lived 60 percent longer. Since 2003, resveratrol has been shown to extend the lifespan of worms and flies by nearly 30 percent, and fish by almost 60 percent and also been shown to protect against Huntingtons disease in two different animal models (worms and mice) .

In 2006, A research, led by investigators at Harvard Medical School and the National Institute on Aging, shown that resveratrol offered survival benefits in a mammal. This study was reported in Nature as follows: "Mice are much closer evolutionarily to humans than any previous model organism treated by this molecule, which offers hope that similar impacts might be seen in humans without negative side-effects, The health span benefits we saw in the obese mice treated with resveratrol, such as increased insulin sensitivity, decreased glucose levels, healthier heart and liver tissues, are positive clinical indicators and may mean we can stave off in humans age-related diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer , after the researchers have used resveratrol to increase the lifespan of obese mice, and found that the drug reversed nearly all of the changes in gene expression patterns found in mice on high calorie diets--some of which are associated with diabetes, heart disease, and other significant diseases related to obesity.

Resveratrol, manufactured by HOYCOME, is derived from one of the richest known sources, Polygonum cuspidatum, an herb utilized as a nutritional agent for centuries.