POLYPHENOLS

Polyphenols are becoming popular because of their antioxidant activity and emerging scientific studies that suggests polyphenols may have positive effects on a body’s function and well-being.

VINIA is a source of a 40 mg bouquet of polyphenols (including but not limited to resveratrol, catechins, tannins, quercetin, anthocyanins), all of which are found in red wine and grapes. Resveratrol is a polyphenol present in a very small amount in over 70 species of plants, including many fruits and vegetables.

The main sources of resveratrol are the red grape skin and root of the polygonum cuspidate which is an inedible plant also known as Japanese Knotweed. Resveratrol in VINIA only comes from red grapes and is in its original state. Just like grapes, resveratrol in VINIA is delivered as a glycoside, which makes it stable and soluble in your blood system.

POLYPHENOLS AND RESVERATROL

VINIA AND RESVERATROL