Red Defense - Resveratrol Dietary Supplement

The equivalent amount of heart healthy resveratrol that you'd get drinking 36 glasses of red wine.*

Red Defense Benefits

  • May help support healthy circulation*
  • May help reduce temporary inflammation associated with physical overexertion*
  • Antioxidant protection against free radicals*
  • May help support healthy Cholesterol levels already within normal ranges

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The French get their resveratrol from red wine. But you can get the heart-healthy benefits of resveratrol from Red Defense... and without the alcohol, sulfites, headaches or high calories.*

Resveratrol is a natural substance found in many plants, including grapes, wine and peanuts. The fascination with resveratrol began with the knowledge consideration that intake of it and other polyphenol compounds from red wine may contribute to the "French paradox", the unexpectedly high rate of good cardiovascular health in France and Mediterranean populations, despite a diet that is relatively high in saturated fat.
Reseveratrol has also been shown to extend the lifespan of laboratory animals. Human studies are also underway, but it will take many years to determine if resveratrol will have similar benefits in humans.*

Each one-capsule serving of Red Defense delivers 140 mg of resveratrol standardized to 50% resveratrol; plus it is fortified with 250 mg of Pomegranate extract, rich in ellagic acid and polyphenols, for an extra boost in antioxidant activity which may help reduce oxidative stress.*

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: One (1) Capsule
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Pomegranate 250 mg *
Resveratrol 50% 140 mg *
(Standarized to 70 mg Trans-Resveratrol, the most bioactive form of resveratrol)
* Daily value not established
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate.

Q. What is resveratrol?

A. Resveratrol is a naturally occurring compound produced by some higher plants and has been shwon to have antioxidant properties.*

Q. What is an antioxidant?

A. Antioxidants help "quench" or neutralize oxidative damage caused by free radicals.*

Q. How do antioxidants work?

A. Just like oxidation causes destructive rust on a car, oxidation of free radicals can also promote cellular oxidation which is not good for our body, and is the underlying cause of aging process. Aantioxidants help to reduce the oxidative stress caused by free radicals, and protect our cells.*

Q. Where does resveratrol come from?

A. High concentrations of resveratrol and its antioxidant qualities are most commonly found in the skin of red grapes and therefore, it is also found in red wine. However, resveratrol is also found in raspberries, blueberries, mulberries, peanuts and certain herbs.*

Q. I sometimes get a headache after consuming a certain kind of wine. Would resveratrol give me a headache?

A. Drinking some types of wine can cause a headache. This is typically caused by the sulfites and/or alcohol itself but Red Defense gives you all the cardioprotective health benefits from the resveratrol in 36 glasses of red wine but without the alcohol, sulfites, high calories ... and headaches.*

Q. Can you explain "The French Paradox?"

A. The French dine on some of the richest foods in the world, high in saturated fats. Yet despite a diet of creamy sauces, foie gras, croissants, brie, butter, cheese, pastries, and meat, they have a higher rate of good cardiovascular health than we do in the United States. This is called "The French Paradox." Researchers believe resveratrol may be a key natural compound that helps to keep their hearts healthy.*

Q. Does resveratrol have any side effects?

A. Resveratrol is generally regarded as safe. No resveratrol side effects have been mentioned in the medical literature.*

Q. Aren't there different forms of resveratrol...and which one is better?

A. Resveratrol is available in two forms...Trans and Cis resveratrol. Many competitive brands do not list which form they use. But it's extremely important that you know what you're getting. The form that has been used in all the cardiovascular and longevity studies you're reading about is Trans-resveratrol. That's because this is the most bioactive and clinically beneficial form of resveratrol. And it's the only form of resveratrol used in Red Defense.*

Q. Why is Red Defense a good resveratrol product?

A. Each one-capsule serving of Red Defense delivers 140 mg of resveratrol standardized to 50% Trans-resveratrol—the active form of resveratrol. Plus, it is fortified with 250 mg of Pomegranate extract, rich in rich in ellagic acid and polyphenols, for an extra boost in antioxidant activity and support for cardiovascular health.*

Q. I have seen ads that have made incredible claims for products that appear to be similar to Red Defense, how do I know if they are true?

A. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has finalized rules that define the types of statements that can be made about the effects of dietary supplements and we pledge to follow their guidelines. In addition, every product we sell is backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. You may use any New Vitality product for a full 30-days absolutely risk free and if you do not see or feel the results, return the bottle and you'll receive a prompt and complete refund of your purchase price less shipping and handling. No questions or explanation required... your complete satisfaction is guaranteed.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.