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Improve Your Memory By Improving Brain Circulation

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Resveratrol supplementation has shown to improve executive function and memory in older adults (Thaung Zaw JJ.,, 2017).

The benefits were due to improved cerebral perfusion, circulation in the brain.

When 80 post-menopausal women were supplementing with trans-resveratrol or a placebo for 14 weeks, the researchers found that the women taking the resveratrol had significant improvements in verbal memory and overall cognitive function (Evans HM,, 2017).

The researchers also measured cerebrovascular responsiveness and found an increase of 17% in the women taking resveratrol.

The dosage producing the improvements was low.


Only 75 mg of resveratrol taken twice a day was required to produce the results.

Post-menopausal women are at a higher risk for memory loss because of hormonal changes.

The bioavailability of resveratrol is low. That can, however, be greatly improved by using a methylated form of resveratrol (Wen X, Walle T, 2017).




Evans HM, Howe PR, Wong RH. Clinical Evaluation of Effects of Chronic Resveratrol Supplementation on Cerebrovascular Function, Cognition, Mood, Physical Function and General Well-Being in Postmenopausal Women-Rationale and Study Design. Nutrients. 2016 Mar 9;8(3):150.


Thaung Zaw JJ, Howe PRC, Wong RHX. Does phytoestrogen supplementation improve cognition in humans? A systematic review. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2017 Sep;1403(1):150-163.


Wen X, Walle T. Methylated flavonoids have greatly improved intestinal absorption and metabolic stability. Drug Metab Dispos. 2006 Oct;34(10):1786-92.

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Resveratrol is found in the skin of grapes, but also in other various plants. It is known as an antioxidant and got a lot of attention when a study on mice showed that resveratrol increased their lifespan spite of a high fat, high-calorie diet. Some of the changes included improved insulin sensitivity, increased number of mitochondria (the energy producing entity of the cell) and improved motor function (they moved better).


Easy way to improve bone density.

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osteoporosi 2Women are especially prone to bone loss after menopause, but men can also develop osteoporosis.

The reviewed research investigated bone loss in men with metabolic syndrome (Ornstrup MJ, et al. 2014). The metabolic syndrome is associated with increased low grade inflammation and an increased risk for osteoporosis.

The participants were given a daily dose of either 1000 mg of Resveratrol, 150 mg of Resveratrol or a placebo for 16 weeks. Assessments were done for changes in bone turnover markers and bone mineral density.

It was found that Resveratrol had a dose dependent, positive effect on bone by stimulating bone formation or mineralization. The higher dose of Resveratrol showed a significant change.

Because there are now ways to increase the bio-availability of Resveratrol, you don’t necessarily have to take such a high dose.


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Resveratrol is found in the skin of grapes, but also in other various plants.

It is known as an antioxidant.

Resveratrol was found to stimulate SIRT-1, one of the longevity genes.

Some of the other changes also include improved insulin sensitivity, increased number of

mitochondria (the energy producing entity of the cell) and improved motor function (they moved better).

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Ornstrup MJ, Harsløf T, Kjær TN, Langdahl BL, Pedersen SB. Resveratrol Increases Bone Mineral Density and Bone Alkaline Phosphatase in Obese Men: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial.  Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2014 Oct 16:jc20142799. [Epub ahead of print]


How to improve your memory and glucose metabolism.

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Beautiful fit woman and a giant capsuleResearch has documented huge benefits from resveratrol, but that has been in animals. Human research, however, has been lacking until now.
In the reviewed study the researchers investigated the effects of 200 mg per day of resveratrol in 23 healthy, overweight individuals between the age of 50 and 75 years (Witte AV et al. 2014). The participants were compared with a placebo group over a period of 26 weeks. Before the investigation started, neuroimaging to assess volume, micro-structure and functional connectivity of the hippocampus; a key region associated with memory, was performed in addition to several other tests.

The results were impressive. The participants had a significant improvement in memory performance and hippocampal functional connectivity. There was also noted a significant decrease in HbA1c and body fat, and an increase in leptin.

HbA1c is a long term measurement of glucose control and leptin is a hormone involved in the regulation of hunger and the amount of fat stored.

That looks like an easy way to improve both memory and glucose control.


Witte AV1, Kerti L2, Margulies DS3, Flöel A4. Effects of resveratrol on memory performance, hippocampal functional connectivity, and glucose metabolism in healthy older adults. J Neurosci. 2014 Jun 4;34(23):7862-70. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0385-14.2014.