Trans-e-Viniferin Verses Resveratrol

Trans-e-Viniferin: What Is This Newly Discovered Molecule?

Revers♥e-vine® an exclusive purification technology that extracts “Trans-e-Viniferin” and other essential polyphenols into a food grade formula source from grapevine, grape cluster stems, red grapes, and grape skins.

ε-Viniferin, first isolated from Vitis vinifera (Vitaceae), is classified as a model for its biosynthesis from Resveratrol.

Revers♥e-vine® Therapeutic Benefits

Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Fungal & Anti-Viral

Infections happen when a person’s immune system is weak and are called opportunistic infections. An opportunistic infection is an infection caused by bacterial, viral, fungal, or protozoan pathogens that take advantage of a host with a weakened immune system or an altered microbiota (such as a disrupted gut flora). Many of these pathogens do not cause disease in a healthy host that has a normal immune system. A compromised immune system, however, presents an “opportunity” for the pathogen to infect. Scientific research reveals that trans-e-viniferin helps the body’s natural defense mechanism in fighting off microbial infections, while promoting a healthy immune system.


Similar to resveratrol, ε-viniferin also attracted attention as a phytoalexin and was reported to have antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral activities.

Scientifically Proven to Reduce Cell Oxidation

Experts Recommend 5-9 Servings of fresh fruits and vegetables daily to prevent disease. Yet only 1 of 10 Americans consume the daily recommended allowance. For more on fruit and vegetable guidelines visit U.S. Department of Agriculture and supplement once daily with Revers♥e-vine®

Resveratrol is widely known as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory molecule. The present study first reports the effects of trans-δ-viniferin (TVN), a dimer of resveratrol, on human erythrocytes. The antioxidant activity of TVN was tested using in vitro model systems such as hydroxy radical scavenging, DPPH and lipid peroxidation.

Foods that Have Resveratrol Naturally!

The following foods are naturally enriched with phytochemicals, including Resveratrol, so include the ones you like into your diet.

  • Red Grapes
  • Blueberries
  • Cranberries
  • Mulberries
  • Lingonberries
  • Peanuts
  • Chocolate
  • Wine

Resveratrol found in one glass of wine can range from 0.2 mg to 2.0 mg, according to the Linus Pauling Institute. Not enough to reach therapeutic benefits, so supplementing with Revers♥e-vine® is the natural answer.

Because Resveratrol isn’t an essential nutrient, no required amount exists, but research says 500 mg daily may be necessary to provide health benefits. Red wine contains at most 12.59 mg Resveratrol per liter, so to get 500 mg. daily, you would need to drink almost 40 liters of wine daily. A 40 mg daily dose of Resveratrol may also have some benefits, shown in a study published in the “Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism” in June 2010. So if a 40 mg capsule is sufficient, you would still need to drink a little over 3 liters of wine daily to get that much Resveratrol.




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Health Benefits of Revers♥e-vine®

  • Promotes heart health and DNA health protection
  • Supports immune system and liver function
  • Scientifically proven to reduce cell oxidation
  • Supports physical and mental performance
  • Helps to stimulate anti-aging enzyme SIRT1
  • Preserves moisture content keeping skin healthy and supple

Revers♥e-vine®, a newly discovered molecule “Trans-e-Viniferin” goes beyond Resveratrol and contains special nutrients found only in grapevines.

Stay Tuned For Future Revers♥e-vine® Articles On The Benefits of Heart Health & DNA Protection.


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