When Is The Best Time To Take Resveratrol


Resveratrol is found in grape skins, peanuts, pomegranates and red wine. The greatest amounts are found in the skin of grapes, which provides around 200-300 mg per 100 g (or 2.5-4.8 mg/kg) as resveratrol.[2][3] Resveratrol has been used as a dietary supplement since it was first identified by Japanese scientists in 1984,[4] and appears to be safe to use for healthy people according to the World Health Organization’s International Programme on Chemical Safety.[5] Resveratrol supplements have not been extensively studied and no long term safety data is available so we don’t know how much should be taken or at what dose because there’s little evidence of any toxic effects from taking resveratrol supplements at doses up to 1 gram per day for over 3 years.[6][7][8]. However, some short term studies suggest that large doses may cause nausea[9], headaches(10), diarrhea(11)[12], sleepiness[13], allergic reactions[14], elevated blood sugar levels[15],[16],[17],[18]. Other possible side effects include: abdominal pain (19), muscle cramps (20), and flushing (21). Some people report feeling better after taking resveratrol; however others do not experience any effect from it – possibly due to genetics or other factors such as stress level – but this does not mean