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Martin Cheney

Resveratrol is one of over 600 Polyphenols found in the skins and seeds of red wine grapes.
Many of these over 600 red wine compounds have powerful activity and work in combination with Resveratrol to provide powerful health benefits.
Remember the closer to nature the better.

Posted by Martin Cheney
22 December 2012 | 09h04

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