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Yes, resveratrol has been shown to cause activation of the SIRT1 gene (note: there is some evidence this effect may be blunted by exercise). However, more research is needed to determine the benefits of activating this gene in humans. For more information, including evidence for specific uses of resveratrol, tips for taking, dosage and more, see the Resveratrol Supplements Review >>

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Josefina R20929
September 14, 2020

Tons of studies at NIH on Pterostilbene. Can you do a study on the studies? It has lowered my lymphoma markers.

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September 28, 2020

We are glad to hear that you have had a positive experience using pterostilbene supplements. Unfortunately, many of the uses for which pterostilbene is promoted are not supported by clinical evidence. For details, see information about Pterostilbene within the Resveratrol Supplements Review: https://gateofzionministry.org/?big=reviews/resveratrol-review/resveratrol-red-wine/#buying.

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