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Vindure 900
  900 mg per Daily Tablet
    - 400 mg Vinomis Red-Wine Extract
- 400 mg Resveratrol
- 100 mg Quercetin
  Resveratrol - Equivalent of
  100 Bottles of Wine
  Proven in Human Clinical Trials
  Endorsed by Leading Physicians
  Nutraceutical Grade

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  Vindure 900
  Powerful Antioxidant
  Cardio Protection
  Neuro Protection
  Blood Sugar Control
  Strength & Endurance
"The more I learn about Resveratrol, the more amazed I am. This powerful polyphenol and antioxidant appears to have profoundly positive effects on many body functions."
  Bryan C. Donohue, MD, is a renowned interventional cardiologist and a co-founder of Vinomis.
Vindure 900
  One daily Vindure tablet provides nearly 4 times
the USDA antioxidant recommendation.

See how Vindure compares
to foods considered high in antioxidants.

Vinomis Laboratories is proud to bring you Vindure, based on science, evidence, human clinical trials and medical research from Harvard University.

Vindure is the perfect blend of red wine grape extract from the Bordeaux region of France, fortified with pure Resveratrol and quercetin. These powerful antioxidants are also the two most potent activators of the SIRT genes responsible for longevity. One Vindure tablet contains the Resveratrol equivalent of over 100 bottles of red wine - without the alcohol or calories.

Resveratrol and More

For almost 200 years, scientists have suspected that wine consumption had something to do with "The French Paradox" - the fact that 50% more Frenchmen live to 100 than America and other countries, despite a rich, high fat diet. But only in the last few years has the explanation become clear. The large quantities of wine consumed in France contain over 500 beneficial polyphenols, and two of these (Resveratrol and Quercetin) have been shown to slow down the aging process and help prevent age-related diseases including heart disease, cancer, alzheimers, diabetes, and others.


1991 The French Paradox


1995 Copenhagen Wine Study


Resveratrol and the French Paradox


Latest Resveratrol Research


Red Wine and Resveratrol

  60 Minutes Morley Safer explores “The French Paradox” in 1991

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  Morley Safer reports on the Copenhagen 1995 Wine Stud

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  60 Minutes reports on Resveratrol and the French Paradox in 2009

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  CBS News reports on latest Resveratrol Research

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  Dr. Joseph Maroon speaks about Red Wine and Resveratrol at the 2009 Anti-Aging Medicine Convention

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