Resveratrol in the Media

It's true, the minute a company can claim that a product "was seen on" or "endorsed by" a celebrity, it is advertised that way to entice you, the consumer, to buy. Unfortunately, many consumers take the bait without thoroughly researching the product itself. This article's intent is to clear things up by going right to the source.

Resveratrol on 60 Minutes

You can watch it yourself, the original broadcasted story.

60 Minutes, Story was first broadcasted on January 25,2009

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It is evident that 60 minutes covered the story objectively, and used researcher support to state the facts. There was NO MENTION of a specific resveratrol supplement however. Conclusion in this case, any company claiming that their product "was seen on" or "endorsed on" 60 minutes is simply being untruthful.

Resveratrol on Oprah with Dr.Oz

The Oprah Winfrey Show, March 14, 2008

If you missed the Oprah with Dr. Oz broadcast about Resveratrol you can read about their interesting piece on red wine and the benefits due to the resveratrol content here:

Additionally, you will find an article entitled "The Truth About Oprah, Dr. Oz, Acai, Resveratrol, Colon Cleanse and More" at

Oprah and Dr. Oz make it quite clear that they are not affiliated with any particular brand of resveratrol. Any company claiming otherwise is being deceitful.

Resveratrol: Live to Be 150... Can You Do It?

ABC News & Barbara Walters, April 1, 2008

Once again in this special report "Live to Be 150... Can You Do It? Secrets to Living Longer with Barbara Walters" there was no mention of a specific resveratrol supplement.

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What you will find is:

  • 200mg of 99% pure trans-resveratrol
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Backed up by a customer service-oriented staff that can be reached by phone Monday-Friday 9am-5pm EST that believes in their product without "was seen on" or "endorsed by" claims.