What is resveratrol?
Resveratrol is a substance that often appears in the peel of red grapes. The resveratrol substance is very important for the grape plant since the substances protect the plant against external attacks from, for example, microbes.
The substance is well-known due to the red wine. This beverage contains a relatively high amount of resveratrol. It’s just that you would need to drink about 200 glasses of wine to get to the daily recommended amount of resveratrol. This is not necessary without liquid resveratrol supplement and you will get the daily recommended intake easily.
A liquid resveratrol supplement can be found in the assortment at CureSupport. Only 2% of the orally ingested resveratrol is absorbed as pure resveratrol. Resveratrol is metabolized in the small intestine into resveratrol glucoronide and sulfate. As a result, it is possible to have an intake of about 50% of the dose taken orally. Due to the liposomal encapsulation, as a result of which the active ingredient stays protected, this absorption increases by 2%.