In order to help consumers make sense of the various ways Resveratrol supplements are made, labeled and marketed, we have created a Special Report on Navigating the Minefield of Resveratrol Supplements.
New York, NY (Vocus) December 2, 2009
Resveratrol Supplements and Muscadine Grape Supplements are gaining in popularity, as consumers look for natural ways to feel young, energetic and healthy. However, a new report by PowerSupplements.Com finds that consumers are having trouble comparing the quality and effectiveness of resveratrol supplements due to the lack of consistency of how resveratrol supplements are labeled.
Resveratrol (or Trans-Resveratrol) is a polyphenol that is found in red grapes and muscadine grapes. Resveratrol has become the subject of great interest because of its ability to mimic calorie restriction and trigger the release of Sirtuin 1 (SIRT1). The reason this is so significant is that it is believed that SIRT1 plays a role in slowing the process of aging and disease. Resveratrol has been featured on CBS News 60 Minutes, the New York Times, ABC News, Oprah and countless other media organizations.
Resveratrol is actually made up of two isomers - Trans-Resveratrol and Cis-Resveratrol. Numerous studies have shown that Trans-Resveratrol is stable and easily absorbed by the human body. CIS-Resveratrol is not stable and not easily absorbed, therefore it is actually the Trans-Resveratrol isomer that consumers want to look for in a Resveratrol supplement.
“Trying to do a apples to apples comparison of Resveratrol Supplements can be very difficult due to the different terminology used on the labels and marketing materials” states Bob Peters, Director of Communications for PowerSupplements.Com . “In order to help consumers make sense of the various ways Resveratrol supplements are made, labeled and marketed, we have created a Special Report on Navigating the Minefield of Resveratrol Supplements.”
The Special Report says that consumers need to evaluate four major components when comparing resveratrol supplements – ingredients, purity, dosage and deception. The report provides sample labels to compare and then explain which label represents a more pure resveratrol supplement. Once consumers have read through all the label comparisons in the report, they will be able to make educated buying decisions when it comes to buying a quality and pure resveratrol supplement.
“When we did our research to find the highest quality and most effective resveratrol supplement, Perfect ResGrape Resveratrol was the clear winner. The combination of 99% Pure Trans-Resveratrol and Whole Food Muscadine Grapes is a case where the whole is greater than the sum of its part. In addition to having the best ingredient list, we also love the company that stands behind the Perfect ResGrape Resveratrol” states Peters.
Perfect Supplements, the makers of the Perfect ResGrape Resveratrol, offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee. If a consumer is unhappy with the Perfect ResGrape, they can get a full refund – no questions asked. In addition, Perfect ResGrape is the only Resveratrol Supplement to be backed by a Consumer Bill of Rights. Consumers get a guarantee in writing that they will not be auto-billed, auto-shipped or deceived in any way.
Peters concludes, “Our Special Report on Resveratrol should help consumers make their own educated comparison between all the resveratrol supplements. We clearly think the Perfect ResGrape Resveratrol is a wise choice, but consumers can use the label decoder in our report to make their own informed decisions.”
About Power Supplements, LLC:
Power Supplements, LLC does research regarding food, health, supplements and diet. PowerSupplements reviews clinical studies and research to locate supplements and foods that are proven to be effective with real science.
Bob Peters, Director of Communications