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Eat Grapes Every Day for 2 Months and Here’s What Happens

Written by CHANEL G.

Grapes are a tasty and easy snackable fruit that has been grown for thousands of years. Grapes can be grown in warm climates around the globe and are available in red, yellow, black, and pink varieties. Grapes can be eaten whole or made into juice and wine and dried to make raisins.

Grapes may be one the most versatile fruits, but they are also sweet snacks that can make you teetotal when fermented.

Grapes are a tasty and easy snackable fruit that has been grown for thousands of years. Grapes can be grown in warm climates around the globe and are available in red, yellow, black, and pink varieties. Grapes can be eaten whole or made into juice and wine and dried to make raisins.

Grapes may be one the most versatile fruits, but they are also sweet snacks that can make you teetotal when fermented.

Grapes have a unique nutritional profile. Grapes are rich in vitamins C, K, as well thiamine, and riboflavin. They also contain vitamin B6, vitamin B6, potassium, manganese, and vitamin C. You’ll get 1.1g protein and 1.4g fiber in one cup. All this goodness can help lower your risk of developing heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. A daily glass of grape juice is a great habit to adopt.

Here are some fantastic things that can occur when grapes are consumed every day. We think it will take you two months to get hooked.

1. Antioxidants are beneficial compounds that repair damage to cells caused by free radicals. Conversely, free radicals can cause oxidative stress, linked to chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. There are many antioxidants in grapes, but the majority of them are found in the skin.

Red grapes contain the highest levels of antioxidants. This includes polyphenol and resveratrol. These have been linked to significant benefits for heart health. In addition, it regulates blood sugar levels and lowers your chance of developing nor diabetes. However, grapes contain many antioxidants. They contain vitamin C, betacarotene and quercetin as well as lutein, lutein and ellagic acids.

  1. 2. Better Eye Health

Grapes’ beneficial compounds may help to protect your eyes against common degenerative diseases. For example, red grape resveratrol has been shown to lower the risk of developing glaucoma, cataracts, or diabetic eye diseases.

Resveratrol protected human retinal cells against damage from ultraviolet light in test tubes. This can help prevent macular degeneration. A pair of antioxidants found in grapes, lutein, and zeaxanthin, further protect your eyes from blue light from your phone.

  1. Slower Aging

Grapes can help us feel young as possible. Some grape compounds, such as resveratrol and other plant compounds, have influenced aging and longevity. For example, in animal studies, resveratrol activates SIRT1, which has been shown to increase lifespan.

Resveratrol is suitable for your internal health, but grapes contain vitamin C that helps your skin stay healthy. It is essential for the production of collagen, which keeps your skin soft, elastic, and wrinkle-free.

  1. Reduced inflammation

Chronic inflammation is a hallmark of arthritis and other diseases, but it is a factor in all types of illness. While swelling can be an essential part of the immune system in certain circumstances, it can also cause damage to your cells if it becomes chronic or in error. This could lead to cancer, heart disease, or other autoimmune disorders.

In studies on inflammation, grape powder has been featured in many. For example, a study of 24 men suffering from metabolic syndrome, a group with high-risk factors for developing type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular disease, found that consuming grape powder daily equivalent to 1.5 cups of fresh grapes significantly raised the levels of anti-inflammatory substances in their bloodstreams.

  1. Sharper Memory

Many interesting studies have been done on the effects of grapes on memory and learning. For example, a 12-week study on 111 older adults showed that 250mg of grape supplements per day significantly improved cognitive scores. The test assessed memory, attention, and language ability.

A second study found that drinking 8 ounces of grapefruit juice daily can boost your mood and improve your memory recall. We will still recommend whole grapes over juice because it contains fiber which helps prevent blood sugar spikes. Research is continuing to find out if grapes can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

  1. Improved Bone Health

Vitamin K is the most essential mineral for bone health. Vitamin K is important in keeping calcium within your bones and preventing it from leaking into the bloodstream.

Grapes contain calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. This creates a beautiful synergy. Studies in rats have shown that resveratrol may also improve bone density. However, further human studies are needed to confirm this.

  1. Bolstered Immune Systems

Your immune system works to combat foreign invaders within your body, such as bacterial and viral infections. A robust immune system can repel bugs from your body rather than fighting them once you’re sick. You can also avoid getting the flu by eating grapes every day. Of course, you don’t need to eat an apple every day.

Grapes contain a variety of compounds that protect against bacterial and viral infections. Grapes also contain compounds that can prevent yeast infections, the herpes virus, and chickenpox. Grapes could also provide some protection from food-borne diseases.

Conclusion

Grapes are a potent blend of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Grapes are capable of preventing disease, improving memory, and prolonging life. Grapes are delicious and sweet, but they don’t spike blood sugar.

Grapes can be either whole, dried (raisins), or red or green. It’s easy to throw them in your lunch bag and onto your breakfast plate. Frozen grapes can be enjoyed during the summer months. You can use them to chill drinks without needing to water them down like ice.

References:

VU Research Portal. https://research.vu.nl/files/2892924/262534.pdf

Johnson County reporting flu cases, not too late for flu …. https://www.jocogov.org/article/2019/02/15/11116

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