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■ NUTRITIONAL OUTLOOK 38 JUNE 2018 Antioxidants study to these two previous investigations wherein they plan to examine the ef ects of trans-resveratrol on cerebrovascular function, cognitive performance, and bone health in a longer crossover trial involving 160 postmenopausal women. "First results from this study are expected by mid-2019," he says. Stronger Together Resveratrol, notes Sabinsa's Majeed, is poorly bioavailable. "T ough a number of human clinical trials have been performed over the years," he says, "conf icting f nd- ings have precluded its applicability in clinical settings, partially due to this poor bioavailability." Yet in a randomized, double-blind, place- bo-controlled clinical trial 3 published in 2016 in the journal Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, researchers investigating the combined ef ects of resveratrol supple- mentation plus exercise on human skeletal muscle mitochondrial capacity coincidental- ly demonstrated that piperine, "a natural bio- enhancer from black pepper that research shows enhances bioavailability for a variety of nutritional substances," Majeed says, ap- pears to also enhance the bioavailability of resveratrol. T e study used Sabinsa's propri- etary piperine ingredient, BioPerine. In the trial, 16 healthy young adults un- derwent four weeks of supplementation with resveratrol at 1,000 mg and piperine at 20 mg. Results showed that volunteers in the res- veratrol-piperine group demonstrated sig- nif cant muscle oxidative capacity recovery following short bouts of exercise compared to the placebo group. Notes Majeed, "T e in- f uence of resveratrol on low-intensity stim- ulus during submaximal endurance training is one of the most eye-catching recent f nd- ings." T e current data, he said, "could be signif cant to the general population, espe- cially to those who may be unable to perform high-intensity exercise." References 1. Evans HM et al., "Ef ects of resveratrol on cognitive performance, mood and cere- brovascular function in post-menopausal women; a 14-week randomised placebo-con- trolled intervention trial," Nutrients, vol. 9, no. 27 ( January 3, 2017). 2. Wong R et al., "Resveratrol supplementation reduces pain experience by postmenopausal women," Menopause: T e Journal of the North American Menopause Society, vol. 24, no. 8 (2017): 916-922 3. Polley KR et al., "Inf uence of exercise train- ing with resveratrol supplementation on skeletal muscle mitochondrial capacity," Ap- plied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, vol. 41, no. 1 (2016): 26-32 Kimberly J. Decker writes for the food and nutrition industries from her base in the San Francisco area, where she enjoys eating food as much as she does writing about it. At Batory Nutra we offer a powerful mix of the highest quality protein products and industry knowledge to make your formulation a success. Whether you're looking for a single protein ingredient or a full complement of plant or animal based proteins, you've come to the right place. For more information, or to order a sample today, visit batorynutra.com or call 800.451.9067 Animal Based • Plant Based • Dairy Based • Egg Based PROTEIN POWERHOUSE ™

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