As discussed in the Resveratrol Supplements Review, the amount of trans-resveratrol (the most researched form of resveratrol) in wines is typically just a small fraction of the amount provided by most supplements and used in clinical studies. Therefore, the effects seen with resveratrol would not be expected with wine consumption.
On the other hand, there are cardiovascular benefits associated with moderate alcohol consumption that have not been shown with resveratrol supplementation. For more information about resveratrol (including amounts in various wines) and our tests of popular products, see the Resveratrol Supplements Review >>
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