Resveratrol

Definition of Resveratrol:

A type of polyphenol called a phytoalexin, a class of compounds produced as part of a plant's defense system against disease.  It is produced in the plant in response to an invading fungus, stress, injury, infection or ultraviolet radiation.  Red wine contains high levels of resveratrol, as do grapes, raspberries, peanuts and other plants.

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Cancer, General

...recommendation Alcohol Consumption
Resveratrol is a potent COX-2 inhibitor produced in the skin of red grapes, where it protects against oxidation and fungal infections...”

Red Wine

...as a treatment
“...Particular compounds called polyphenols, such as catechins and resveratrol, are thought to have antioxidant or anti-cancer properties...”
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