They grow in vines.
They are green, red, purple and round shapes of all shapes. And, they’re delicious.
Yeah, we’re talking about grapes.
What we didn’t mention is that grapes are one of the most nutritious foods you can eat.
Filled with potassium, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins A, C, calcium, iron, vitamin B6 and magnesium (insert here deep breath), these small, fragrant fruit punch.
If you eat grapes every day for a month, you can be very satisfied with the results you see on your physical health, including the following aspects:
1. You will have a healthier heart.
Grapes are filled with antioxidants, which are associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
With these antioxidants come polyphenols, they are also associated with reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
In fact, a study conducted by researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine found that grape polyphenols can reduce LDL (bad cholesterol), reduce blood pressure, reduce inflammation, among other benefits for heart health.
The bottom line is that the diet is rich in fruits and vegetables, including grapes, which can reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
2. You will have a healthier digestive system.
Grapes contain fiber, and therefore help the digestive system to move quite well.
Better yet, the fibers found in the grapes are mostly insoluble fibers that remain intact as they pass through the intestine to maintain intestinal health.
Water in grapes is also an important component of healthy digestion.
3. They’ll have more energy.
Grapes contain carbohydrates, especially cellulose, which is a natural energy enhancer.
Put a pinch of grapes in your mouth, you will have instant energy.
Better yet, due to the high content of grape fibers, its metabolism is slower, giving it more lasting energy.
4. You’ll have healthier kidneys.
The grapes contain powerful antioxidants such as anthocyanins (giving the grapes their red to purple color) and resveratrol.
Both play a key role in the fight against free radicals that can enter the kidneys and cause infections and diseases.
These antioxidants also strive to remove waste products such as uric acid.
The National Kidney Foundation recommends consuming 15 grapes a day to maintain good kidney health as part of a balanced diet.
5.You will be protected from most cancers.
And back to those powerful antioxidants.
These anti-toxin powers have anticancer properties that protect the body from many cancers, including breast cancer.
Polyphenols such as resveratrol have anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidant properties.
Studies have shown that even resveratrol supplementation can bring many positive health benefits, including reducing the risk of cancer.
However, we believe that eating grapes is a better way.
6.It’ll be easier to breathe.
Studies show a correlation between low intake of fruits and vegetables and asthma, leading researchers to discover whether the opposite situation is true, whether eating more fruits and vegetables helps asthma.
The results published in the journal Nutrients found that fruits and vegetables play a role in the prevention and treatment of asthma.
Now grapes are an important fruit, and I play a powerful role in this.
In fact, a 2007 study showed that children who grew up eating a Mediterranean diet with nuts and high fruits, such as grapes, are unlikely to develop asthmatic symptoms.
This may be due to the high water content.
7.You’ll get stronger and faster.
Grapes can improve your muscle strength and endurance.
A study conducted by the Department of Kinesiology of the University of Georgia found that compounds found in grape skin, including catechin, quercetin and resveratrol, improved execution time, fitness and mitochondrial function in rats.
Although there has not been any official research on humans yet, this suggests that if the research changes, you are likely to be the key to you, becoming the strong/fastest you’ve ever wanted.