Cathy Diaz | June 15, 2009
NEW YORK – I’m a 35-year-old news veteran, who’s been covering health and wellness news for more than a decade. I admit I can sometimes be jaded and skeptical with an ‘I’ve seen it all attitude.’
Birth of a Story
When the news director John Beamer asked me to do an investigative report on the nutritional supplement Resveratrol when combined with Dermapril, I had no idea that I would end up as the ‘star’ of my own story. But I did!
John had seen Resveratrol all over the news and media lately and wanted to get to the bottom of this new ‘miracle product’, so he gave me the task to do a story on it.
Rich in antioxidants and believed to promote healthy, younger looking skin as well as increasing energy levels, it has gotten a lot of attention in the national media. When I dug further, the real secret was adding it to a product called Dermapril as well. Here’s why:
“Scientists have identified a substitute to red wine called Resveratrol that they believe might do more than just protect the heart but could, significantly extend life by preventing a number of age-related illnesses.”
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