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Best Resveratrol Products Revealed in ConsumerLab Review
White Plains, New York, January 16, 2021 — Resveratrol supplements are promoted for a wide range of uses, including lowering cholesterol and improving cardiovascular health, improving memory, reducing inflammation and slowing age-related macular degeneration. But do they really work, and if so, which resveratrol supplements provide the best quality and value?

To find out, ConsumerLab reviewed the clinical evidence, and purchased and tested popular resveratrol supplements on the market, carefully checking to see if they contained their claimed amounts of resveratrol. Any product that listed whole herbs or more than 250 mg of minerals per daily serving was also tested for contamination with lead, cadmium, and arsenic.

All of the products tested were found to contain their claimed amounts of resveratrol, and none of the products tested for heavy metals exceeded contamination limits for lead, cadmium or arsenic. However, there were was a wide variation in the amount of resveratrol provided per serving (ranging from 106 mg to 618.2 mg) and an even greater difference in cost, which ranged from 5 cents to $1.40 per 100 mg of trans-resveratrol.

Among the products that were Approved in testing, ConsumerLab selected two that provided high quality resveratrol at low cost as its Top Picks.

The results are available online in ConsumerLab's Resveratrol Supplements Review, which includes test results and comparisons for 13 resveratrol supplements. Ten products were selected for testing by ConsumerLab: Resveratrol, Longevinex, M98 Resveratrol, MRM Nutrition Resveratrol, Progressive Professional Trans Resveratrol With Quercetin, Pure Encapsulations Resveratrol VESIsorb, ResVitale Resveratrol, Spring Valley Resveratrol, Toniiq Resveratrol, and Vitamin World Maximum Strength Resveratrol. Three other products were tested and Approved through CL's voluntary Quality Certification Program: Life Extension Optimized Resveratrol, Puritan's Pride Resveratrol, and Solgar Resveratrol. The review also discusses the clinical evidence for resveratrol, the difference between cis- and trans-resveratrol, dosage, and the best way to take resveratrol, as well as potential side effects and drug interactions with resveratrol.

Founded in 1999, is a leading provider of consumer information and independent evaluations of products that affect health and nutrition. Membership to is available online and provides immediate access to continually updated reviews of nearly every popular type of dietary supplement and health food, answers to reader questions, and product recalls and warnings. ConsumerLab also provides independent product testing through its voluntary Quality Certification Program. The company is privately held and based in New York. It has no ownership from, or interest in, companies that manufacture, distribute, or sell consumer products.

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