Biotest© Rez-V™ 60 SoftGels
Resveratrol is a natural polyphenol found in small amounts in red grapes and wine. Studies show resveratrol is a highly effective estrogen blocker and a potent aromatase inhibitor, minimizing negative estrogen effects and maximizing natural testosterone. Resveratrol also provides significant cardiovascular and neurological health benefits and activates fat burning. Two Rez-V™ softgels contain 600 mg of active pure trans-resveratrol, the type and amount required for an effective dose of this powerful science-backed ingredient.
- Controls estrogen in two ways*
- Acts as a potent estrogen blocker*
- Acts as a potent aromatase inhibitor*
- Increases natural testosterone levels*
- Protects against man-made environmental estrogens that lower testosterone*
- Stimulates fat burning*
- Promotes cardiovascular health*
- Exhibits prostate protectant effects, liver protective effects, and anti-aging effects*
Control Estrogen to Live Better and Look Better*
Active men want naturally high testosterone. "High-normal" testosterone gives you an advantage in building and maintaining a lean, muscular, hi-performance body – and it generally makes you feel great.
The trouble is, some testosterone naturally converts into estrogen through aromatization. And with elevated estrogen, you can easily gain fat, bloat with excess water, have a tough time even maintaining muscle mass and strength, and even impact your prostate health. Too much estrogen also signals the body, though negative feedback, to produce less testosterone.
While men need some estrogen to maintain cardiovascular health, it can cause many problems if it gets out of control.
Man-Made Estrogens Are Everywhere
Adding to the estrogen problem, many chemicals in the environment mimic estrogen. They're called xenoestrogens, and they're everywhere: in plastic bottles and bowls, shampoos, detergents, even toothpaste. Xenoestrogens are unavoidable and will find their way into your body every day.
Resveratrol: Estrogen Blocker
Resveratrol acts as a potent estrogen antagonist (blocker) while also acting as a "healthy" (weak) agonist in cardiovascular tissues (similar to the drugs clomiphene and tamoxifen). As a blocker, resveratrol occupies estrogen receptor sites, or biological "parking lots," so xenoestrogens can't "park" and activate the receptor – no activation means no negative effects.
Resveratrol: Aromatase Inhibitor
In higher concentrations, resveratrol also acts as an aromatase inhibitor, preventing the body from converting testosterone into estrogen, with the bonus of increasing testosterone. Resveratrol inhibits aromatase by reducing its expression and by binding to it. And, unlike pharmaceutical aromatase inhibitors, resveratrol doesn't decrease blood vessel function; it seems to improve it.*
Resveratrol: Fat Burner
Calorie deprivation activates a protein called SIRT1, which inhibits PPAR-gamma activity and causes your body to burn fat. Resveratrol activates this very same SIRT1 protein without you needing to diet excessively.*
Resveratrol: Supplement for Heath
Additionally, there's overwhelming scientific evidence that resveratrol provides potent cardiovascular benefits, anti-aging effects, and positive neurological effects. Many of these benefits stem from anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory actions and gene modulation.*