What is Resveratrol?
Resveratrol is a bioflavonoid found in the skin of grapes.
This supplement can take two forms: trans-resveratrol and cis-resveratrol. Trans-resveratrol is the active form and provides more benefits than cis-resveratrol. In particular, trans-resveratrol provides greater general health benefits.* [1,2]
Resveratrol has good absorption but poor bioavailability. This is because it conjugates rapidly which limits the amount of resveratrol that your body can use. To attenuate this issue, individuals can take resveratrol alongside quercetin.
Why Resveratrol Capsules?
Resveratrol capsules take the guesswork out of measuring your supplement dosage. Taking too small or too large of a dose can yield ambiguous effects. Taking supplements in capsule form ensures accurate dosage.
Benefits of Resveratrol
The most popular resveratrol benefit is its potential to promote healthy aging, but this unique compound is becoming popular in the fitness community as well.*
Due to Resveratrolâ€™s cellular health properties, this supplement may promote cognition.* 
Another reason this supplement falls into the healthy aging category is because of its ability to promote cardiovascular health. Resveratrol also supplements ventricular activity and endothelium function.* Endothelium is the inner lining of the blood vessels.
Exercise Enhancement and Body Composition
This supplement also promotes activation AMPK (adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase) which is an enzyme responsible for cellular energy. With AMPK activated, athletes will experience more energy and increased endurance.  Those supplementing with Resveratrol may experience benefit to healthy body composition.* 
What goes well with Resveratrol?
Why do those supplements go well together?
Quercetin is able to enhance the bioavailability of resveratrol meaning your body absorbs more of it yielding greater benefits.*