Resveratrol is a natural polyphenol found in small amounts in red grapes and wine. Research shows that Resveratrol is a highly potent estrogen blocker and potent aromatase inhibitor that minimizes the negative effects of estrogen and maximizes natural testosterone. Resveratrol also provides significant cardiovascular and neurological health benefits and activates fat burning. Two Rez-V™ softgels contain 600 mg of active pure trans-resveratrol, the type and amount needed for an effective dose of this powerful science-backed ingredient. *
- Controls Estrogen in Two Ways*
- Acts as an effective estrogen blocker*
- Acts as a potent aromatase inhibitor*
- Increases Natural Testosterone Levels*
- Protects against testosterone-lowering artificial environmental estrogens*
- Stimulates fat burning*
- Promotes cardiovascular health*
- Prostate-protective, liver-protective and anti-aging*
Active men naturally need high testosterone. “High normal” testosterone gives you an edge in building and maintaining a lean, muscular, high-performance body—and it generally makes you feel good.
The problem is, some testosterone is naturally converted to estrogen through aromatization. When estrogen is elevated, you can easily gain weight, become bloated from excess water, have trouble maintaining muscle mass and strength, and it can even affect your prostate health. Too much estrogen also signals the body, albeit a negative feedback, to produce less testosterone.
While men need some estrogen for cardiovascular health, getting out of control can cause a lot of problems.
In addition to estrogen concerns, many chemicals in the environment can also mimic estrogen. They’re called xenoestrogens, and they’re everywhere: in plastic bottles and bowls, in shampoo, detergent, and even toothpaste. Xenoestrogens are unavoidable and enter your body on a daily basis.
Resveratrol is a potent estrogen antagonist (blocker) and at the same time a “healthy” (weak) agonist in cardiovascular tissue (similar to the drugs clomiphene and tamoxifen). As a blocker, resveratrol occupies the estrogen receptor site, or biological “parking lot,” so xenoestrogens cannot “park” and activate the receptor—no activation means no negative effects.
In higher concentrations, resveratrol also acts as an aromatase inhibitor, preventing the body from converting testosterone into estrogen, thereby increasing testosterone. Resveratrol inhibits aromatase by reducing its expression and binding to it. And, unlike the drug aromatase inhibitors, resveratrol didn’t reduce blood vessel function; it seemed to improve it. *
Calorie deprivation activates a protein called SIRT1, which inhibits PPAR-γ activity and causes your body to burn fat. Resveratrol activates this very same SIRT1 protein without excessive dieting. *
Additionally, there is overwhelming scientific evidence that resveratrol has powerful cardiovascular benefits, anti-aging effects, and positive neurological effects. Many of these benefits stem from antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects as well as gene regulation. *
Resveratrol, a powerful long-lived polyphenol commonly found in red wine and cocoa, fights inflammation, protects cells, supports cardiovascular health, and controls estrogen. * learn more
*These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.