Trans-resveratrol acts as a powerful antioxidant, binds to estrogen receptors, inhibits tumor activity and affects cellular enzymes. It is more stable at normal room conditions and is more bioavailable. Red wines and dark grape juices have more trans-resveratrol than white wine or juice. Other berries such as cranberries and blueberries also have this antioxidant. You can also find it in peanuts. When this compound is ingested, it provide some health benefits such as protection against disease to anti-aging benefits. Trans-resveratrol metabolism occurs rapidly once it is ingested, which means that it doesn’t spend much time in the body before being altered and eliminated. It is the highest about 30 minutes after consumption. This very unique antioxidant has been called a fountain of youth for its effectiveness against a variety of age-related diseases.