According to clinical studies, Resveratrol is essential for the maintenance of damaged DNA by free radicals.
Free radicals are unstable atoms produced by pollution, sunlight and fat burning.
It can cause a variety of diseases including cancer and heart disease.
Resveratrol is abundant in grapes, especially in the skin of grapes. It originally works to prevent grapes from being attacked by fungus or fungus.
In many grape species, muscadine-type grapes are grapes with the highest levels of resveratrol.