Resveratrol is part of polyphenols that are believed to have antioxidant properties, alongside preventive properties when it comes to heart disease and cancer. It is a polyphenolic compound that can be found in berries, red grapes, and peanuts. Moreover, it is presumed to have antiaging properties and help fight disease, like heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, and obesity, as well as diabetes. Indicatively, resveratrol has anti-inflammatory properties that help prevent LDL cholesterol from becoming oxidized. Also, it prevents the blood from forming clots that could lead to stroke. As for cancer, resveratrol is believed to help prevent metastasis of cancerous cells. The nerve cells are also protected in Alzheimer’s disease, and; eventually, the body’s insulin resistance is limited, allowing the patient to control diabetes more easily.
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