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Proprietary Resveratrol Supplement Improves Circulatory Function In Obese People

October 3, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
An Australian clinical study found that a proprietary resveratrol supplement improved the circulatory function of obese individuals with mild hypertension. For the placebo-controlled study, 28 people took 75 mg of DSM’s Resvida each day for six weeks. The researchers found a 23 percent increase in vasodilator function. Decreased vasodilator function is a biomarker for cardiovascular risk and is associated with obesity and high blood pressure. According to DSM, the best results would be  achieved with doses starting at 30 mg of Resvida a day to see any health benefits.
"DSM ResVida resveratrol – New study confirms sustained vascular benefits", Press release, presentation at a meeting of the International Society of Hypertension, October 03, 2012, © DSM
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