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Product Review: Resveratrol Supplements (Grape, Red Wine, and Polygonum Sources)
 

Initial Posting: 10/8/16 Last Update: 3/14/17
Review of resveratrol supplements tested by ConsumerLab.com, including ratings and comparisons of product quality, price, and ingredients. Find Out What Resveratrol Does and Which Brands Are Best!

Alphabetical list of resveratrol supplement brands covered in report
Bulk Supplements.com Resveratrol Longevinex Solgar Resveratrol
Country Life Resveratrol Plus Pure Encapsulations Resveratrol VESlsorb Spring Valley [Walmart] Resveratrol
Doctor's Best Best trans-Resveratrol 100 Puritan's Pride Resveratrol Trunature [Costco] Resveratrol Plus
Dr. Whitaker Triveratrol Gold Puritan's Pride Resveratrol 250 mg Plus Red Wine Vitacost Trans-Resveratrol
Finest Nutrition [Walgreens] Resveratrol Resvinatrol Complete Vitamin Shoppe Reservie Trans-Resveratrol
Garden of Life RAW Resveratrol ResVitále Resveratrol Vitamin World Youth Guard Resveratrol
Life Extension Optimized Resveratrol ShopRite Resveratrol Vitamin World Youth Guard Resveratrol 250 mg Plus Red Wine
Life Smart Labs, Inc Resveratrol Extreme    
Bulk Supplements.com Resveratrol Country Life Resveratrol Plus Doctor's Best Best trans-Resveratrol 100 Dr. Whitaker Triveratrol Gold Finest Nutrition [Walgreens] Resveratrol Garden of Life RAW Resveratrol Life Extension Optimized Resveratrol Life Smart Labs, Inc Resveratrol Extreme Longevinex Pure Encapsulations Resveratrol VESlsorb Resvinatrol Complete ResVitále Resveratrol ShopRite Resveratrol Solgar Resveratrol Spring Valley [Walmart] Resveratrol Trunature [Costco] Resveratrol Plus Vitacost Trans-Resveratrol Vitamin Shoppe Reservie Trans-Resveratrol Vitamin World Youth Guard Resveratrol Vitamin World Youth Guard Resveratrol 250 mg Plus Red Wine
Make sure the resveratrol supplement you take passed our tests and is right for you!
Isn't your health worth it?
Resveratrol supplements have been popular since 2006, when studies in animals showed "life-extending" and "endurance-enhancing" effects, among other potential benefits. Although such dramatic effects have not been demonstrated in people, other potential uses are being explored relating to age-related macular degeneration, cardiovascular health, diabetes, and memory. Tens of millions of dollars-worth of resveratrol-containing supplements are purchased in the U.S. each year, and the cost of a 100 mg serving ranges from less than 10 cents to more than $1.50.
 
Tell you help you understand what resveratrol can or cannot do, and which products actually do or don't contain what you'd expect from their labels, ConsumerLab.com reviewed the clinical research as well as purchased and rigorously tested popular resveratrol supplements.
 
From the testing, ConsumerLab.com found that most supplements do contain the amount of resveratrol listed on their labels. However, the tests revealed that one supplement contained only 11.8% of what you might expect. Just as important, it identified three supplements (CL's Top Picks) providing high-quality resveratrol for just one-tenth the cost of more expensive products.

In this report, you'll get test results and quality ratings for 20 resveratrol supplements (including eight that passed testing in our voluntary Quality Certification Program) and information about two products similar to ones which passed testing. You'll learn:
    • The clinical evidence for, or against, using resveratrol for age-related macular degeneration, cardiovascular health, diabetes, memory and life extension
    • Which resveratrol supplements failed testing and which passed and, which are ConsumerLab.com's Top Picks
    • How the cis- and trans- forms of resveratrol differ and how much was found in supplements
    • What to look for on resveratrol supplement labels
    • Dosage for resveratrol, based on what clinical studies have shown
    • Potential side effects and drug interactions with resveratrol
 

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ConsumerLab.com Answers -- for Resveratrol Supplements (Grape, Red Wine, and Polygonum Sources)
Question:
Are supplements which claim increased absorption or improved bioavailability telling the truth? Is it worth paying more for these? Are there concerns? Get the answer >>

Question:
Does resveratrol really activate SIRT1 - the "longevity" gene? Get the answer >>

Question:
I thought resveratrol came from red wine or grape skins - what is the "Polygonum cuspidatum" I see listed on my supplement? Get the answer >>

Question:
Are the cardiovascular benefits of resveratrol exaggerated? Get the answer >>

Question:
Is quercetin helpful for a specific condition? I see it as an ingredient in several different types of supplements. Get the answer >>

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Which supplements can help to lower blood pressure? Get the answer >>

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How much resveratrol is in wine? Is it enough to have a benefit? Get the answer >>

Question:
Does Longevinex resveratrol really help for age-related macular degeneration? Get the answer >>

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I do moderate exercise for about an hour a few times a week. Which supplements might help me? Get the answer >>
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