What Is Resveratrol?

- Apr 22, 2019-

Resveratrol is a polyphenolic compound, also known as ninhydrin, which is a chemopreventive agent for tumors. It is also a chemopreventive agent for reducing platelet aggregation, preventing and treating atherosclerosis, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Resveratrol is derived from plants such as peanuts, grapes (red wine), Polygonum cuspidatum, and mulberry.

The reason why resveratrol famous is an investigation from French Paradox in the 1990s. The reason why French people who eat high-fat foods are not prone to cardiovascular disease is that resveratrol is often found in red wine.


Since then, resveratrol has been continuously identified for potential health benefits, including anti-aging, anti-diabetes, anti-cancer, anti-deterioration, etc.

Resveratrol is generally divided into cis and trans isomers, but the trans is more stable (trans-resveratrol is the most common in nature). Many of the effects of resveratrol are only seen in trans, so it has become the mainstream of current health care ingredients and the main research target.

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