It does look like safe and sound, and we did find evidence that resveratrol can get in to the brain, Turner said. Nevertheless, he added, we’re not ready to recommend it mainly because a treatment for Alzheimer’s. That’s not only because the research is ongoing: The merchandise used in the analysis – – a synthetic, purified version of resveratrol – – isn’t commercially available. Resveratrol supplements have always been a staple at health food stores. But there’s no telling how much of the compound, if any, is in those products actually, Turner pointed out. Nor will burgandy or merlot wine do the job. The doses we used were equal to what you’d enter about 1,000 bottles of burgandy or merlot wine a full day, Turner noted.‘And, I think that does have to do with having better usage of sanitation, safe water and health solutions,’ she said . Friday On, Elisabeth Byrs, a spokeswoman for the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, defended the U.N.’s function in giving an answer to the earthquake last January, Agence France-Presse reports. ‘We’d to work on some sort of apocalyptic ground, a disaster. That’s why I think we did our work well with regard to the problem,’ she said. ‘Many non governmental organisations have criticised international aid in the last year for providing too little help too slowly,’ AFP writes, noting a recently available survey from Oxfam.