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When you think of a popular fruit with a myriad of uses, grapes might come to mind. Under the correct treatment and conditions, the “fruit of the vine” makes one of the most desirable beverages in the world. Dried grapes (raisins) can be a lovely addition to salads and yogurt. Fresh, seedless grapes can be used to make grape juice, and they’re a handy snack all by themselves.

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When you think of a popular fruit with a myriad of uses, grapes might come to mind. Under the correct treatment and conditions, the “fruit of the vine” makes one of the most desirable beverages in the world. Dried grapes (raisins) can be a lovely addition to salads and yogurt. Fresh, seedless grapes can be used to make grape juice, and they’re a handy snack all by themselves.

Health Benefits of Grapes

Like so many other plant-based foods, grapes can be considered healthy for a variety of reasons. They contain 17% of the daily value of vitamin K, and 33% in manganese, but the polyphenol resveratrol content represents one of the most important phytonutrients because of its ability to protect against colon and prostate cancers, coronary heart disease, degenerative nerve disease, and even Alzheimer’s.

Anthocyanins, another plentiful antioxidant polyphenolic in red grapes, generate anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-cancer activities. Oligopeptides (peptides or amino acids) with antibacterial properties, and catechins (a type of flavonoid antioxidants) found in white grape varieties, also abound with health-protecting properties.

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