User Reviews & Ratings - RESVERATROL
Read user comments about the side effects, benefits, and effectiveness of RESVERATROL.
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Reviewer: Hearthealth tom, 35-44 Male on Treatment for 1 to less than 2 years (Consumer)
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I have had 3 heart attacks and had 20% heart damage. So I started resveratrol treatment, started 500mg first week next two weeks bumped my dose up to 1000mg after first month I started to feel better no more chest pain(angina) at 60 days I jumped up to 2000mg or 2grams of resveratrol. now I feel better then before my first M.I. I saw my cardologist explain to him my own treatment plan, He was skep ... Show Full Comment
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