10 Benefits Of Resveratrol- Res-9 Plus

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“Now, antioxidants are like fire extinguishers. They’re great for putting out one fire.

But in our modern, toxic environment, there isn’t just one fire. With new pollutants and chemicals hitting us all the time, you need something better than a fire extinguisher. You need something better than even a firehose.

That’s why I developed RES-9 Plus. With NINE of the most powerful antioxidants ever discovered.” -Dr. Al Sears


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10 Benefits Of Resveratrol

Within our groups of genes, we have genes that control aging.

Here is some information from an article by Frank Torbino:

“The basic fact that there are genes that control aging is one of the most influential discoveries of the 21st century.

However, the discovery of longevity genes is merely a forerunner to decoding the genetic of aging.

Scientists are now uncovering what these genes do and how they do it. What we do know about these genes is that, once activated, they can extend lifespan and delay the beginning of age-related disease like diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

As scientists continue to interpret the genetics of aging, they have discovered that resveratrol, a compound in the skin of wine grapes and red wine, can switch on these longevity genes.

Much of the research on these longevity genes and the effect of resveratrol can be attributed to Dr. David Sinclair, a world-renowned geneticist.

Sirtuins, a group of cellular enzymes, are at the core of Dr. Sinclair’s research. We now know that sirtuins (pronounced sir-TOO-ins), are universal regulators of aging found in most living organisms from bacteria and yeast to humans.”

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Delay Cell Death


“According to Dr. Sinclair, sirtuins serve as guardians of the cell. They allow cells to survive damage and delay cell death.

Every cell in your body has the specific genetic code to reproduce itself. Sirtuins, like a silent sentry, watch the cellular duplication and spring into action to repair any misinterpretation of the genetic code.

However, over time, environmental pollution, dietary factors, and lifestyle issues add more genetic damage and soon natural repair-mechanisms are overwhelmed.

The result is damage to DNA that will have a ripple effect in subsequent cell duplication.

Think of it as making a photocopy. If the photocopy machine is working well, a pristine original document will yield a clean copy.

However, if the photocopy machine is not maintained it will eventually produce poor reproductions. If you continue to make copies of poor-quality copies, subsequent duplications will become degraded with each successive copy cycle.

Dr. Sinclair and his associates knew that sirtuins could repair DNA damage to aging cells, but the question now was how to activate the sirtuins pathway.

Dr. Sinclair tested tens of thousands of compounds and the first sirtuin activator he isolated was resveratrol.

In conjunction with the National Institutes of Health, he began testing his theory that resveratrol could activate the longevity genes in laboratory animals.”

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Notable Resveratrol Benefits


Early trials with mice kept on a high fat, high calorie diet showed the following benefits of reseveratrol:

  • Energy levels remained higher than that of mice without resveratrol supplements, despite obesity
  • Lower cancer rates
  • Lower heart disease rates
  • Lower glucose and insulin levels in the blood
  • Slower malignant tumor growth and slower metastasis of cancers

These exciting results prompted human trials. In less than a month, those participants given resveratrol showed:

  • Better breakdown of sugar in the blood
  • Lower blood sugar levels in diabetic participants

Those fabulous results led to more studies, and more promising results such as:

  • Slowing the progression of Artherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries
  • General anti-inflammatory effect on all blood vessels
  • Quickening the degradation of amyloid plaque in the brain

8 More Antioxidants in Res-9 Plus


It is pretty awesome that we can “just take a pill”, isn’t it?

We can also maintain or switch to a diet and lifestyle that promotes slower aging. 

If we do that, as well as supplement with antioxidants, we can counter the effects of our polluted air, water and foods.

Rooibos extract is a herbal product that shuts down free radical activity in your cells.

Astaxanthin is 6000 times more potent than Vitamin C!

Green tea extract is known as an anti cancer plant and has shown to reduce the risk of breast cancer by 50%.

S.O.D. is the body’s “Master” antioxidant. Levels drop as you age, like many beneficial compounds produced by our body chemistry.

Selenium is a mineral that has become depleted in our soil by fertilizers and is therefore largely absent in our foods.

  • African Mango Extract
  • Honeybush
  • Pterostilbene
  • Sutherlandia

are also included.

Is Res-9 Plus Affordable?


Studying the vitamin market shows that the tested most commonly acceptable price for a bottle of a monthly supply is $39.99.

Res-9 Plus is priced at $89.96. Whoa! Why is that?

Here are the prices for a monthly supply of the following, bottled separately, from a leading brand:

Astaxanthin –  4 mg  – $19.97, but note that Res-9 Plus has 50 mg so you need 12 bottles – $220.00

Resveratrol – $16.00 – at 50 mg you would need 4 bottles to match the 200 mg in Res-9 Plus  – $64.00

S.O.D. – $15.00

A total cost of $299.00!

You save $210.00 if you choose Res-9 Plus.

You also enjoy the convenience of swallowing 2 capsules a day rather than 17 pills.

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That’s a lot easier to deal with, isn’t it?



4 thoughts on “10 Benefits Of Resveratrol- Res-9 Plus

  1. Hi Tara. It certainly is a wonderful combination of nutrients. I think it’s a great savings too. Also, it takes away the micromanagement we’d have to do in order to incorporate various products into our diet. Who has the time lol!

  2. Sounds like a wonder-vitamin! Its so great that will new research these products can be made available. Thanks for sharing the information on resveratrol.

  3. Hi Annie! I’d love to do a guest blog! I’ll contact you through messenger, OK? It’s so unfortunate that half of what we eat and drink, unless we’re very vigilant, has to be countered with purified vitamins and supplements. But, that’s where we’ve arrived! Remember when we shopped without reading labels or being concerned about the sources of our food? Those were the days!

  4. Hi DIanne, What great information about resveratrol! Wow. This is so important to get out to folks…antioxidants are a big key to aging well and our population is certainly aging.
    I have a blog about designing your life…senior health and well being is a part of it…I wonder, would you be interested in doing a guest blog on my site? I think it would enhance the information for my readers…
    Or I could link one of my posts to yours here, as an alternative.
    Let me know.

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