From Tribune USA:

Glendale, CA – Most of us have heard that drinking a glass of red wine
can be healthy but are unaware of why this is. In 2006, researchers at
the Harvard Medical School and the National Institute on Aging (NIA)
reported that a natural substance found in red wine, known as
resveratrol, can potentially offset the negative effects of a
high-calorie diet and significantly extend lifespan in mice. After the
largest research project in its 53-year history, Shaklee Corporation,
the number one natural nutrition company in the U.S., is introducing
Vivix™ Cellular Anti-Aging Tonic*, the first all-natural dietary
supplement that combines resveratrol with a patent-pending plant
extract to combat the key mechanisms of cellular aging.

Roger Barnett, Chairman and CEO of Shaklee Corporation, says, “Vivix
is a revolutionary new product that goes beyond resveratrol in the
fight against cellular aging,” Barnett continues, “A 30-day supply
delivers the equivalent amount of resveratrol found in 3,000 glasses of
red wine and has actually been shown to be ten times more powerful than
resveratrol alone at slowing the formation of AGE (Advanced Glycation
End Products) proteins which can compromise cellular integrity and

Published in Nature, the Harvard Medical School and NIA report
suggests that resveratrol could help offset some of the negative
impacts of an unhealthy, high-calorie diet. The researchers found that
resveratrol extended the lifespan of mice and appeared to blunt some of
the effects of aging. The challenge was that until recently, there
wasn’t a practical way to consume the necessary amount of the substance
to be impactful.

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