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Are grapes good for you?
Grapes Nutrition Facts
Grapes are grown in many countries such as Europe and Asia, Australia and America. Grapes come in different colors such as red, green, and purple grapes. Grapes are a great source of phytonutrients, mainly phenols, and polyphenols, and contain other important vitamins such as vitamin K, A, C, and vitamin B6. They are also rich in thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and contain minerals like potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and sodium.
Grape seeds contain tannin, phlobaphene, lecithin, vanilla and fatty oils. Experts from the Polish Institute of Nutrition and Food said that a large deal of minerals and vitamins contained in fresh grapes is 5-7 times higher than apples, plums, mangoes and oranges. Therefore, it’s considered as the best natural multivitamin supplement. Due to their high nutrient content, grapes also play an important role in ensuring a healthy life for pregnant women and for those who are in postpartum period.
Grapes contain essential nutrients
Grapes contains much essential nutrients for your body
Studies in France show that potassium in grapes has a positive effect on improving blood circulation and regulating blood pressure, which means give your cells more oxygen in circulatory system, digestion, respiration. It’s also has the effect of maintaining fluid in the body at a reasonable level.
Precious compounds in fresh grapes such as flic acid, gallic acid, silicic acid, fruit acid, phosphoric acid, lemon acid. Grape acts as a dopamine for your health, enhancing the activity of central nervous system. Vitamin B, tannin and niacin in fresh grapes also improve intellectual ability, fast learning and mental concentration. Fresh grape is a good remedy for those who are usually nervous or anxious.
Eating grapes is good for your brain, digestion and heart
Grape works as a doping dose for your digestive system. They are classified as a laxative food because they contain organic acid, sugar, and cellulose. They also relieve chronic constipation by toning up intestinal muscles and the stomach. Grapes are high in insoluble fiber, meaning that they remain intact as they move through the digestive tract. Fiber builds up the bulk, which promotes the formation and excretion of healthy stools. In additions, they also help eliminate uric acid from the system, thereby reducing the stress and pressure on kidneys. Red grapes have a very cleansing effect on the body, and the antioxidants present in them benefit all of the body’s systems in peripheral ways.
Therefore, eating grapes help treat fatigue and headaches because of our rapid life and the consumption of industrial processed foods. Grapes are beneficial in improving liver function, prevent inflammation and gallstones. Fresh grape is also a great remedy for women in menopause, because boron in fresh grapes is effective in regulating estrogenic hormone levels to help prevent osteoporosis.
One of the most important compounds in fresh grapes is flavonoid. This is a natural antioxidant that helps prevent cancer and atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease. Moreover, grape skin contains resveratrol, which has effect on increasing cholesterol level in blood.
Grapes are the only fruit found to contain the sleep-regulating hormone melatonin, so by adding them regularly to your diet, you can help boost the natural sleep-wake cycle in the body. This will then allow you to get to sleep faster each night.