Resveratrol has been available for a number of years now, but only recently has it hit the media and mainstream publications.
"...It's a little early to know if Resveratrol is going to end up working in people as well as it does within animals, scientists said. But several were excited by the findings, calling it promising and even spectacular..."
ABC News - Resveratrol
Barbara Walters speaks at length to Australian longevity researcher and discoverer of the powerful poly phenol Resveratrol. This is a most revealing expose into the mechanics of how this product works.
"As 60 Minutes reported in January, scientists across the country have identified a substance in red wine called Resveratrol that they believe might do more than just protect the heart, but could in higher levels significantly extend life by reducing a number of age related issues..."
"Resveratrol is a nutraceutical with several therapeutic effects. It has been shown to mimic effects of caloric restriction, exert anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative effects - it is shaping up to be very promising compound indeed!..."
Professor Faragher added: "Our discovery of cell rejuvenation using these simple compounds shows the enormous potential of ageing research to improve the lives of older people..."
“This is the closest we are to a safe and effective anti-ageing supplement that’s perhaps only three to five years away from being on the market if the trials go well,” says Sinclair, who maintains a lab at UNSW in Sydney.