Fighting oxidative stress and preventing wrinkles are great… But resveratrol doesn’t stop there. It may be the simplest way to stop brain aging in its tracks.

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When it comes to anti-aging, resveratrol is one of our favorite natural solutions. It’s the powerful antioxidant you get from drinking red wine and eating grapes.

Resveratrol helps support a healthy heart, reduce wrinkles, and maintain healthy inflammation. But the latest research further supports what could be its best benefit…

Boosting your memory.

The study comes from the University of Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. Researchers there wanted to test the effects of resveratrol on the hippocampus. That’s the part of your brain responsible for memory.

To do this, they used a group of middle-aged rats. They all had similar memory and learning abilities. But they were at the age where these were set to decline.

Researchers gave half the rats resveratrol. They found both groups retained their existing memories. But the control rats’ ability to make new memories declined. Meanwhile, the resveratrol group saw an increase in learning ability. They were also more likely to make—and hold on to—new memories.1

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen these kinds of results.

In a German study from last year, researchers found seniors who supplemented with 200 mg of resveratrol a day helped improve short-term memory.2 And earlier studies on mice revealed resveratrol helps blood—and nutrients—reach the brain.3

Boosting memory… Driving fuel into your brain… Those are impressive benefits. But don’t expect a glass or two of red wine every now and then to make a difference.

Yes, you can get resveratrol from blueberries, dark chocolate, and red wine. But these shouldn’t be your only sources. Look for a quality, natural supplement. It should come from whole food sources.

A 25 mg dose of resveratrol is plenty when it comes to delivering health benefits you can feel. So start there. Eventually you can work your way up to the 200 mg dose used to improve short-term memory. Just be sure to avoid “mega-doses” that give you 1,000 mg—or more—of it. And remember…

Where you get your supplement from makes all the difference.

Resveratrol is a key ingredient in our popular Bio PT Elixir. 65 year-old Health Watch reader Mike P. said this of Bio PT Elixir, “I felt better in 24 hours and even more in just two weeks. I’ve got some more energy, my blood tests are really good, and my doctor is happy. I most like the fact that I am getting my energy back and a lust for life.”

It helps Henry B. drink less soda. And Vernon P. calls Bio PT Elixir “There are a lot of supplements that I have wasted money on but Bio PT Elixir does what it says and the proof is in how you feel.”

Maybe that’s because during our research into formulating this unique drink mix, we came across something interesting. A way to really ramp up resveratrol’s potency. It’s by combining it with a close relative of resveratrol. When you put this power duo together, in vitro research suggests they may protect your cells better from free radical damage.

That kind of protection can lead to slower aging, less wrinkles, and less illness as you age.

Resveratrol and its lesser-known cousin are just two of the 16 natural ingredients you’ll find in one dose of Bio PT Elixir. Learn more about it HERE.

In Good Health,

Angela Salerno
Publisher, INH Health Watch

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*Bio PT Elixir users were given a coupon toward a future purchase to share their experience.