Resveratrol Supplements Containing Dried Muscadine Grapes Cost More But Are Worth It, According to

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According to, there are big differences among the various resveratrol products available today. More details can be found at The differences are first in the purity levels of the trans-resveratrol contained in the products. Second, some products contain the extracts of grapes or grape skins, and sometimes even the powder of dried grapes, but most do not.

Muscadine grapes are thought to be one of the best sources of antioxidants in the grape family. Website public relations director Chaz Sanderson of says the premium resveratrol product Perfect ResGrape contains just two ingredients, one of which is Muscadine grape. The ingredients contained in Perfect ResGrape can be seen where the ingredients label is displayed. The two ingredients are 99% purity trans-resveratrol and dried whole food Muscadine grapes. Perfect ResGrape contains 100% natural ingredients, which are grown without toxic pesticides, and contains no additives or fillers. More information about Muscadine grapes can be found here

The makers of Perfect ResGrape also make the popular new green coffee extract supplement Perfect Green Coffee seen here and the premium acai berry product Perfect Acai which can be seen here

Sanderson says products such as Perfect ResGrape offered on are hard to find since because they contain unusually high quality ingredients, which are more costly at the wholesale level, resulting in lower profit margins for the producer and retailer. But Sanderson feels product quality is the most important criteria when choosing a resveratrol product. He adds that even with the high quality ingredients contained in Perfect ResGrape, the retail price remains very competitive, among the higher-end products.

Sanderson says, "Many if not most resveratrol products on the market today contain low purity trans-resveratrol from Japanese knotweed and those products usually contain high amounts of emodin.” The problem with emodin is that this substance has a laxative effect for many people and can cause stomach problems such as diarrhea or stomach cramps. Most all resveratrol products are made from Japanese Knotweed but the difference is in the level of purity of the trans-resveratrol in the supplement. The lower purity trans-resveratrol products contain levels of emodin that can be problematic but as the purity levels go up, the emodin levels go down. Unfortunately, many companies use low purity trans-resveratrol in their products because it is a less expensive ingredient. And resveratrol advertisements showing price comparisons are often misleading because these ads usually compare a low quality product to a high quality product, which is a meaningless price comparison, according to Sanderson.

A bottle of Perfect ResGrape contains 60 capsules and each capsule contains 100 mg of 99% pure trans-resveratrol plus 500 mg of dried whole food Muscadine grape. Perfect ResGrape uses 99% pure, natural trans-resveratrol. Muscadine grapes are among the most nutritionally potent grapes. So, Perfect ResGrape supplements provide the benefits associated with whole Muscadine grapes, in addition to containing a high purity trans-resveratrol making this a unique product.

Mr. Sanderson says, "Our website visitors won't see any flashy celebrity advertisements, outrageous health claims or phony free offers, just the highest quality ethical products available."

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