August 29, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Boca Raton, Fla. – Entrepreneur James DiGeorgia and Dr. William Gruss - a well respected internist and cardiologist who specializes in preventive cardiac care for patients who suffer from chronic heart problems, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes - are recommending that adults should begin taking supplements with red wine extract immediately as a way to protect their organs from the ravages of the typical high-fat diet currently consumed by most Americans.

A recent study done by the Harvard Medical School and the National Institute of Aging is just another in a long line of studies that show heavy doses of red wine extract can lower the rate of fat-related diseases – including diabetes and liver problems – in obese mice, and even extended their life expectancy.

In response to this study, DiGeorgia and Dr. Gruss developed their own solution, called Revatrol®.

Revatrol® combines 400mg of resveratrol (higher than any other supplement on the market) with three other “booster” anti-oxidants – alpha lipoic acid, quercetin, and acetyl-l-carnitine – to provide the maximum benefits, without having to consume enormous amounts of red wine and its alcoholic and caloric side-effects. All of these compounds are powerful antioxidants and free radical scavengers, as well.

James Digeorgia is the founder and president of Renaissance Health Publishing - a leading formulator and distributor of exclusive, physician-developed anti-aging products, including Revatrol®.

Dr. Gruss is board certified in Internal Medicine and has been in private practice in Boca Raton, Florida since 1986. A graduate of the University of Maryland Medical School, Dr. Gruss did his residency and Fellowship in Cardiology at the prestigious Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami.

Dr. Gruss says there are many red wine extract supplements available to consumers on the market already, and that care should be taken when deciding which one to buy.

“I recommend taking a supplement that has the highest level of resveratrol that you can find. The ideal supplement would pair the resveratrol with other ‘booster’ anti-oxidants to give you the maximum benefits, without having to consume enormous amounts of red wine,” says Dr. Gruss. “Red wine extract is an important supplement to take and I recommend Revatrol®. One pill a day is all you need to support a healthy lifestyle.”

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