One of the most well-known stories about the health benefits of eating fruit is called the French Paradox - the condition of unexpected low incidence of cardiovascular disease in French citizens who r...
Results of various studies have indicated that daily consumption of three to five glasses of red wine reduced all-cause mortality by an amazing 49% compared to non-drinkers, which is great news for an...
Over the past decade much has been made of the so-called Mediterranean Diet. Epidemiological evidence shows that people living in Mediterranean countries like France, Greece and Italy have lower inci...
Free radicals are bad cells that cause permanent damage to cardiovascular system. In an effort to protect and improve cell growth, antioxidants play a significant role. You may have heard of some of t...
Can Anti-Aging Nutrition Really Extend Your Life?It has been shown that when you use anti-aging nutrition on a regular basis it will support your immune system and support healthy cell regeneration. S...
Hemingway called it "the most civilized thing in the world," Ambrose Bierce said it was, "God's next best gift to man," and the Scot scholar John Stuart Blackie went even further, declaring it "...
Resveratrol is a polyphenol type flavonoid currently exciting great interest as a potential boon to health. Like other flavonoids and polyphenols, it is a very useful anti-oxidant in its own right, b...
Resveratrol has recently attracted great interest in connection with the the so-called "French Paradox" which has long puzzled medical science. As a polyphenol type flavonoid it is in any case a ...
Resveratrol is a phytoalexin (anti-fungal and anti-bacterial chemical) produced naturally by grapes and other plants in response to fungal infection. Found abundantly in the skin of red grapes, Resver...
Resveratrol is a polyphenol found in high concentration in red grapes, red wine, peanuts, and pines. Resveratrol is thought to be the reason why French people can consume large quantities of fat in th...