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Resveratrol is a phenol, a dietary supplement derived from the skin of grapes, blueberries, mulberries, and raspberries. It has been the subject of a large number of medical studies with mixed results. The studies include studies on cancer, neurodegeneration, diabetes, cardiovascular health, and pain management.

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Evidence[edit | edit source] Resveratrol improves hippocampal atrophy in chronic fatigue mice by enhancing neurogenesis and inhibiting apoptosis of granular cells Summary of clinical trials of polyphenols in chronic fatigue

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