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Caloric Restriction and Resveratrol
The first three minutes of this video deal with caloric restriction and resveratrol, a substance found in red wine, which may offer the benefits of caloric restriction without the need for lower calorie intake.
The anti-inflammatory rosacea diet can greatly reduce rosacea symptoms in as little as three days, and may work both by virtue of its relatively small calorie content and its anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant effects.
Also, please be aware that reservatrol supplements are often found to contain very little or even none of the beneficial molecule due to its chemical instability.
You may not find any of the information beyond the first three minutes useful.
David A. Sinclair discusses Resveratrol with Barbara Walters
Further Rosacea Dietary Information
See Rosacea Diet.
Further Resveratrol Information
Can red wine help you live forever? — CNN Money.
Resveratrol Found to Improve Health, But Not Longevity in Aging Mice on Standard Diet — Press Release, National Institutes of Health.
Resveratrol to stop aging? — Los Angeles Times.
Red wine and resveratrol: Good for your heart? — Mayo Clinic.
Grape juice: Same heart benefits as wine? — Mayo Clinic.
Wine 'allows guilt-free gluttony' — BBC News.
David A. Sinclair — prominent resveratrol researcher, Harvard University.
Sirtuins — National Library of Medicine.
Red Wine's Resveratrol May Help Battle Obesity — Science Daily.
Further Caloric Restriction Information
A review of a 2-month calorie restriction diet — Julian Dibbell, New Yorker Magazine.
Caloric restriction won't dramatically extend life span in humans — Press Release, Stuart Wolpert, University of California.
Is Calorie Restriction the Foundation of Youth? — Amanda Silva, Vanderbuilt University Health Psychology.
Calorie Restriction Reduces the Incidence of Myeloid Leukemia Induced by a Single Whole-Body Radiation in C3H/He Mice — Harvard University: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Volume 94, Issue 6, pp. 2615-2619.
Calorie restriction and aging: review of the literature and implications for studies in humans — Am J Clin Nutr. 2003;78:361—9. American Society for Clinical Nutrition. Document Available on Request.
Author: Gina Verginis.
Reviewed: Sunday, May 16, 2010.
Further Information: Severe Exacerbation of Rosacea Induced by Cinnamon Supplements : Caloric Restriction and Resveratrol : 3 Day Potent Anti-Inflammatory Rosacea Diet : Rosacea/Diet: Intestinal Health : Rosacea and Intestinal Inflammation : Excess Iron Exacerbates Rosacea :
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