Long-Term Resveratrol Study Shown to Improve Bone Mineral Density in Women

July 9th, 2020

8 Jul 2020 — Resveratrol’s ability to improve microcirculation to tissues resulted in a reduced 10-year hip and major fracture probability.

A recently-published study, one of many expected to emerge from a clinical trial called RESHAW (Resveratrol Supporting Healthy Aging in Women), which was published in the Journal for Bone and Mineral Research, found that Resveratrol’s propensity to benefit the microcirculation of blood to tissues in the human body was beneficial to improving bone mineral density in women suffering from osteoperosis.

Resveratrol is a naturally-occurring polyphenol found in red grapes and berries, along with other foods in more discrete amounts. It has been studied for bioactive effects including antitumor activity, along with anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective, vasorelaxant, phytoestrogenic, and neuroprotective effects.

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