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New Scientific Support for Resveratrol

September 28, 2013

A new study conducted in the Netherlands has shown how 30 days of resveratrol supplementation can lead to a reduction in the size of fat cells (adipocytes). Commonly found in red wine and grapes, resveratrol is one of the most widely studied plant compounds in the world. International conferences regularly take place to raise awareness of this natural supplement’s potential health benefits, which up to this point had been mainly focused on immunity enhancement and anti-aging.

While previous resveratrol studies have shown potential improvements in insulin-sensitivity and benefits in metabolic function, this new study is the first to show a fat-shrinking effect. The study involved eleven obese but otherwise healthy men who were administered with a daily dose of 150mg of resveratrol.

When measured against the results of a placebo, the supplementation was associated with significant reductions in the size of fat cells as well as a decrease of precursor fat cells and an improvement in the body’s ability to breakdown fat cells. The researchers wrote:

“Together, these data suggest that the reduced mean adipocyte size may underlie the previously reported improved insulin sensitivity in these subjects, as a reduced adipocyte size in combination with an improved adipogenesis may be related to improved insulin sensitivity in humans.” These new findings support the fat-burning potential of FORZA Raspberry Ketone 2:2:1, which contains a generous 200mg of resveratrol in every serving. In addition to a high quality raspberry ketone extract and a powerful dose of caffeine, the premium diet supplement uses resveratrol to help users successfully achieve both short and long-term weight loss.





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