Introducing Enzymatic Therapy's Resveratrol-forte(R) High Potency*

GREEN BAY, Wis., Jan 06, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Introducing new Resveratrol-forte High Potency from Enzymatic Therapy(R),* a unique formula containing select French red wine grapes, resveratrol, and rutin. It activates the longevity enzyme to help slow aging with 175 mg of 100% trans-resveratrol.* !( 1) One dose contains as much trans-resveratrol as 118 bottles of red wine.( 2)

This easy to swallow, one per day softgel, contains a synergistic combination of trans-resveratrol and rutin (quercetin-rutinoside). It provides more anti-aging and immune support than resveratrol alone.* The special extraction and purification methods support high-potency and stability.*

Longevity expert, Dr. Gaetano Morello, ND, a member of the Enzymatic Therapy Scientific Advisory Board, recommends resveratrol widely to his patients concerned with healthy aging.* "An important aspect of reducing the impact of the aging process is currently centered on siRT1, a longevity enzyme, that plays a part in reducing the impact of aging," * he explained. "It's been shown that people consuming very low calorie diets have increased levels of this enzyme."*

"Studies show that resveratrol duplicates the effects of calorie restriction and activates this enzyme without cutting calories,"* said Dr. Morello. "Resveratrol may also support anti-aging effects by reducing the development of new fat cells and boosting the use of fat within existing fat cells."*

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(1 )Based on a comparison of the top products SPINS period ending 8/8/09

(2 )Based on 175 mg trans-resveratrol dose, an average of 1.97 mg of trans-resveratrol per liter of red wine, and 750 mL bottle size.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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