Sky Valley Georgia (PRWEB) August 10, 2014
Natural Biology, a leading formulator of organic supplements, released the latest version of its product Vintage Resveratrol 100%. The new version includes improvements in processing from its California based labs.
According to Steve Bruner, founder and president of Natural Biology, “We are as excited today as we were eight years ago when we first introduced the product. In nature, not all things are equal; some are superior and proven by science.”
The compound has been studied for more than 10 years, mainly by Japanese universities, who report its effectiveness as more than 10 times higher than its popular supplements. A number of clinical studies have indicated its health benefits, including stamina, blood sugar and weight management.
Natural Biology extracts the composite from French Red Wine Grapes, using modern and safe methods. This process protects the natural synergies found within the grapes’ skin, pulp and seeds, and isolates no less than 5% trans-resveratrol, the active ingredient found in the naturally-occurring compound.
Most of the United States’ market for resveratrol comes from the traditional Chinese plant polygonum cuspidatum – sometimes referred to as Japanese knotweed – where many of the companies involved offer 20% extracted polygonum cuspidatum in their products. (1) In China, the extraction methods used can involve harsh chemicals and extreme heat and consumers should be cautious of this. (2)
About Natural Biology:
Natural Biology's all natural dietary supplements are based upon orthomolecular research pioneered by two-time Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Linus Pauling. Orthomolecular supplements seeks to restore the optimum ecological environment for your body's cells by correcting sub-clinical imbalances and vitamin deficiencies. This is accomplished using micronutrients with our freshly-made pharmaceutical grade supplements. Included are natural vitamins, trace minerals, antioxidants, adaptogens, glyconutrients, phytonutrients, omega 3s, enzymes, amino acids, resveratrol and probiotics.
For more information on our company and products, please visit http://www.naturalbiology.com/.
(1) WebMD.com, June 13, 2012, http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/resveratrol-supplements
(2) ScienceDirect.com, December 10, 2012, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2095177912001426