resveratrol has been shown to help non-human primates lose weight.
In a recent study published in a major journal,
the researchers found that a dose of 200mg produced a satiety effect on the subjects while also increasing their metabolic rate by 29 per cent.
This means that the lemurs in the study who usually put on seasonal weight during the winter months did not gain body mass while taking the resveratrol,
as their interest in food energy intake decreased by 13 per cent.
They just weren`t as hungry.
their resting metabolic rate jumped 29 per cent on average,
which meant that they were burning more calories even when they were doing nothing.