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Your Brain on Resveratrol
Date:4/29/2010

';s.prop5='External Link';s.eVar3=s.prop5;s.prop15='92405939';s.tl(this,'o','ExternalLink');" target='_blank' href="http://www.biotivia.com/bioforteresveratrol.html">http://www.biotivia.com/bioforteresveratrol.html) increased the brain blood flow in the human subjects while they were performing mental tasks by a substantial amount. The effect seemed to be turned on by the increased demand caused by the cognitive tasks being performed by the student subjects. This implies that the effect of Resveratrol on cerebral blood flow is activated on demand when the brain is called upon to perform a challenging mental task. Could this mean that the compound can be taken in the morning before taking an exam, for example, and spring into action when needed to boost the brain's ability to cope with the exam? Possibly; however, much more study is needed to determine the proper dosage and timing for this application.

James Betz PhD, the managing director of Biotivia, the company whose supplement was purchased on the open market for use in the Northumbria trial, stated in response to this question, "This study is extremely important because it is a peer-reviewed human clinical trial, not an animal study or a study of cells in a culture. What this study tells us is that Resveratrol clearly does improve one of the key parameters of brain performance. Whether this translates into improved cognition over the short or long term is still to be determined. In the meantime, there are heaps of other reasons to take Resveratrol and given that it has not been found to be in any way toxic, it may be worth considering as a primary daily addition to your supplement regimen."

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