Anti Aging Secrets and the French Paradox
I posted a video recently (from the side of the road near Bordeaux, of all places!) Watch here: and I talked briefly about a recent trip to France to visit a vineyard that I found many years ago in my quest for more knowledge on Resveratrol. In the following video blog, I was in that very vineyard where everything began for me after so many years of searching, so it holds a very special place in my heart. Geographically (the region near Bordeaux is just stunning) and figuratively speaking.
In this video I talk about two things that have always fascinated me to no end. Number one being the French Paradox, and the other being Resveratrol, which those of you who are regular viewers will know that not only have I made my own supplement after decades of research, but it is a subject that continues to fascinate me, and is featured in some earlier videos, this one being the most recent and in-depth:
Now, it may seem that this is a vlog covering two different subjects, but actually I’m just scratching the surface here and there’s so much more to come so be sure to subscribe and click notify if you’d like to see more. The truth is that there is a connection between both of these subjects. So let’s take a step back and get to basics…
The French Paradox. You may have heard of this, and if you have, skip this and click play but if you haven’t here’s a quick breakdown of what this means. The French Paradox is a catchphrase that started about 30 years ago that refers to the paradoxical observation that French people have a low incidence of CHD (coronary heart disease) yet they enjoy a diet rich in saturated fats. That contradiction to the belief that eating such fats is a major risk factor for CHD is why is it called a paradox and why it has perplexed scientists and nutritionists worldwide. Naturally such a “phenomenon” has had many dismissing it for all kinds of reasons, most very implausible in my opinion, but a theory was put forward that the consumption of red wine (with it’s resveratrol content) as a possible “lifestyle” cause was the one that caught many people’s attention, mine included. Hence the relationship between the two as discussed in this video.
Now let’s talk about resveratrol. Assuming you know nothing about reveratrol (and if you do, again feel free to skip this and watch the above linked video for a more thorough understanding), but studies have shown that resveratrol, which is found in certain berries, chocolate, and even peanut butter, has a significant effect on the human body, which I will go into in other videos, including this one where I will show you 3 ways in which you can, like the French, activate the youth inside your body. These are very simple, but very effective tips. I hope they help you as much as they helped me.
So much can be written on the above subjects but I hope this is a good starting point. It has been endlessly fascinating for me and I hope to continue to provide info and videos relating to both the French Paradox and Resveratrol in this and many more videos to come.
So sit, back, have a glass of wine (it’s ok, it’s good for you) and I hope you enjoy.
To your health and happiness,
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