Resveratrol: Highlights of Relatively Recent Interest in an Old Chemical.
Family Medicine, Southern Maine Health Care
Integrative Medicine Alert
Chronic Disease; Resveratrol Therapeutic Use; Medical Practice, Evidence-Based; Wine; Phenols Therapeutic Use; Integrative Medicine; Antioxidants Therapeutic Use; Nitric Oxide; Heart Diseases Prevention and Control; Endothelium; Hypertension Prevention and Control; Heart Failure; Models, Biological; Skin Neoplasms Prevention and Control; Resveratrol Administration and Dosage; Metabolism
Resveratrol has substantial potential to improve health in different ways based on the research. Enough beneficial physiologic responses have been seen in numerous animal models and in limited human studies to warrant long-term human trials studying whether resveratrol supplementation ultimately has a true impact on chronic disease.
Wissink, Ted and Stevens, Matt, "Resveratrol: Highlights of Relatively Recent Interest in an Old Chemical." (2014). Maine Medical Center. 1153.