Resveratrol has received a lot of media attention in recent years, and for good reason. Studies have found it to have some promising health benefits, everything from anti-aging to cancer prevention.
Red Wine and Red Grapes
Red wine contains high amounts of resveratrol, depending on the grape. The resveratrol is found in the grape skins. This is why white wine has less resveratrol than red wine – because red wine is fermented with the skins and white wine is not. An ounce of red wine may contain as much as 1,000 micrograms of resveratrol.
Peanuts and Peanut Butter
Peanuts and peanut butter are a great source of resveratrol.
Cocoa Powder and Dark Chocolate
Cocoa powder and dark chocolate have the second highest amount of resveratrol after red wine.
The mulberry fruit is a good source of resveratrol. There are resveratrol supplements available that contain this fruit. Mulberries are also sold dried in many health food stores.
Blueberries are also a great source of resveratrol. Eat them after dinner alongside some dark chocolate and you’ll have a healthy, resveratrol rich dessert!