No one, not even Longevintex, claims it is essentially impossible to get resveratrol into the blood. It was just a question of how hard it was to do this. Did you need intravenous injections of laboratory pure nitrogen packed resveratrol, or are some old pills bought for lowest cost a year ago and just rediscovered on the back of your medicine cabinet shelf just fine?
posted on 11/28/2005 7:17:38 PM PST
(To err is human; to moo is bovine.)
No one, not even Longevintex, claims it is essentially impossible to get resveratrol into the blood. "
Even though very small amounts of free resveratrol are measured in the blood circulation and living tissues of humans following oral consumption of resveratrol
There are numerous quotes of the above sort on the Longevintex web site. When they talk about "very small amounts" they are talking about billionths of a gram. I would say the point they are making is it is "essentially impossible to get resveratrol into the blood" from oral administration. I don't know if it is true or not, in real-world conditions, but that is what they are saying.
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