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Tag: Resveratrol

Resveratrol foods
According to a review published in Food Science and Human Wellness, resveratrol has a positive impact on mitochondrial dysfunction, one of the hallmarks of aging. A hallmark with downstream consequences Why we Age: Mitochondrial DysfunctionAs they age, the mitochondria in our cells lose their ability to provide cellular energy and release reactive oxygen species that...
Improvement
A recent study published in Molecules has tested multiple thiazole-based derivatives that appear to activate the sirtuin SIRT1 more than resveratrol [1]. Sirtuins Resveratrol, commonly found in grape skins and red wine, generated some of the initial interest in sirtuin activators after initial studies showing many therapeutic benefits, such as cancer prevention [2]. Combined with...
Red grapes
Researchers have shown that resveratrol reverses several features of ovarian aging in mice while activating most sirtuins and boosting mitochondrial health [1]. Ovaries age first In many mammals, including humans, ovarian aging is premature compared to other systems. The reasons for this accelerated loss of function are not entirely clear, but they are known to...
LSN Resveratrol Continued
On this episode of Lifespan News, Ryan O'Shea revisits the ongoing controversy involving resveratrol and the widely known longevity enthusiast David Sinclair. Script In a recent episode of Lifespan News, we discussed a controversy surrounding resveratrol, and today, we’ll update you on the reaction to that video and how we’ll approach this going forward. Resveratrol...
Rat Look
Scientists have shown that resveratrol rescues erectile function in aged rats, most probably by activating SIRT1, and that it can work in synergy with the existing erectile dysfunction treatment tadalafil [1]. A molecule of discord Resveratrol, a plant-derived chemical of the polyphenol family, was once considered one of the most promising anti-aging molecules. David Sinclair’s...
LSN Resveratrol
On this episode of Lifespan News, Ryan O'Shea focuses on a recent controversy involving David Sinclair and the well-known supplement resveratrol. Script There’s been some controversy recently regarding resveratrol and the work of Dr. David Sinclair. In 2003, he published research on yeast in the journal Nature that said - “We show that the potent...