With Reserve, Jeunesse Global taps into protective effects of red wine

For decades, medical researchers have understood the beneficial effects of red wine. Some of the known benefits are the drink’s ability to protect against coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke. But there have also been effects that have been identified as being totally independent of these, which, for reasons that still are not completely understood, are able to significantly increase the expected lifespans of those who drink red wine in moderation.

However, the medical community does not recommend that anyone who does not currently drink alcohol begin drinking red wine for these salutary benefits. This would, at first glance, seem to be a strange position. The benefits of red wine consumption are both strong and well-known, meaning that anyone who followed the recommended guidelines for its consumption would be very likely to experience an expected increase in their lifespan.

The fundamental problem lies with the fact that enough people who begin drinking red wine are not able to stay within the recommended consumption guidelines that the net benefit to public health is actually negative even though research has clearly established red wine’s protective powers.

Now, a new product from health and beauty leader Jeunesse Global is seeking to capture all of the benefits of drinking two glasses of red wine per day without any of the potential health hazards. Through the creation of its product known as Reserve, Jeunesse has tapped into the main source of protective, anti-oxidant effects of red wine consumption: a substance known as resveratrol.

This substance has been isolated by Jeunesse through the development of a special process that uses the same kinds of grapes involved in the production of red wine. Reserve also contains a wide array of healthy ingredients, including some of the most powerful fruits on Earth. Known as superfruits, isolates from these ultra-heathy food items, such as acai, Concorde grape, pomegranate, blueberries and dark sweet cherries infuse Reserve, making it among the healthiest drinks that are scientifically possible to create.

Users have raved about the taste of Reserve as well, which they describe as being the closest thing to drinking freshly squeezed tropical fruit juice that they have ever gotten in a prepackaged drink.

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