What the Doctors Say
"What we're talking about is activating the body's natural, genetic defenses against diseases. And that's very powerful if we can harness that. We're talking about potentially making a 90-year-old as healthy as a 60-year-old…We have passed a turning point in our understanding of the aging process... Aging is really a set of diseases and if we slow them down…then people will live longer, healthier lives."
DR. DAVID SINCLAIR
"If the promise holds true, I think this has the chance to change healthcare…I think we can slow down these genes that control the aging process... What used to seem like it was science fiction, I actually believe the biology is right. And if we're right this may be the most important thing that we’re going to do in our life."
DR. CHRISTOPH WESTPHAL
"The breadth of benefits is remarkable—cancer prevention, protection of the heart and brain from damage, reducing age-related diseases such as inflammation, reversing diabetes and obesity, and many more."
DR. LINDSAY BROWN
Associate professor, University of Queensland
"Resveratrol has age-defying power. It switches on the genes your body naturally uses to extend life under conditions of stress (like starvation). They're called "sirtuins." They slow the death timer that's ticking in every cell in your body. This gives your cells time to repair themselves—and live longer. Resveratrol promotes health in virtually every system of the body, including the prostate, heart and age-related brain conditions."
AL SEARS, M.D.
Doctor's House Call
"Tantalizing evidence indicates that resveratrol may also protect against age-related diseases. In labs around the world, Resveratrol has protected mice against heart disease, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's—the very diseases that reduce most people's life span.
"Mice treated with Resveratrol were leaner and developed a greatly enhanced aerobic capacity; their muscles were like Lance Armstrong's...Incredibly, the mice could run twice as far without getting tired, despite never having run on a treadmill before. At least for mice, Resveratrol is an outstanding performance-enhancing drug."
DAVID SINCLAIR, M.D. & ANTHONY L. KOMAROFF, M.D.
Harvard Medical School
"It is becoming clear that resveratrol and more potent mimetics show great promise in the treatment of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the western world. Could Resveratrol and similar molecules form the next class of wonder-drugs? Clinical trials are currently underway in several locations and could soon answer this question."
JOSEPH A. BAUR & DAVID A. SINCLAIR
Nature Reviews June 2006
“This new nutrition bar with Resveratrol, appropriately called WineTime, packs a double punch. It gets Resveratrol from two sources—purified Resveratrol and grape extract; and is a tantalizing blend of dark chocolate, almonds, and super fruits… It’s even diet-friendly with each bar having only190 calories which is less than most standard candy bars that offer less nutrition.”
Kristie Leong, MD.