SEWICKLEY, Pa., June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The benefits of resveratrol are well studied and documented in controlled scientific studies. It has been shown to slow down the aging process and help prevent age-related diseases including heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's, diabetes, and others. But to what extent are benefits being measurably realized by real people incorporating it into their daily lives? After receiving numerous customers' comments claiming enhanced athletic performance, higher energy levels and increased endurance and strength, Vinomis Laboratories has decided to put resveratrol to the test.
The company is recruiting 100 amateur athletes, comprised of runners, swimmers and cyclists, to participate in a 30-day trial to determine if the combination of resveratrol and quercetin produces measureable results of enhanced athletic performance. Vinomis is using the resveratrol formulation as found in Vindure 900 dietary supplement. Athletes interested in participating may get more information at www.vindurance.com.
The Vindure 900 formulation is based on discoveries and technology developed at Harvard Medical School and other renowned research institutions, which established the connection between red wine compounds and improved health and longevity in laboratory animals.
These red wine compounds have been shown in numerous laboratory tests to activate the "SIRT" genes which play a key role in slowing down the aging process and protecting the body from many of the adverse effects of aging.
The qualified participants will be required to be between the ages of 30 and 70 years, have a minimum of five years experience in their sport, must already be documenting their performance, and be in good health. Cyclists must also use a bike computer to ensure accurate tabulation. Cyclists will track mileage, duratio