Fresh Grapes Long – 250 gm
Fresh Grapes Long
Grapes have been cultivated for thousands of years and have been revered by several ancient civilizations for their use in winemaking.
There are many types of grapes including green, red, black, yellow and pink. They grow in clusters and come in seeded and seedless varieties.
Grapes are grown in temperate climates across the world, including Southern Europe, Africa, Australia and North and South America. The majority of grapes grown in the US are from California.
Grapes offer a wealth of health benefits due to their high nutrient and antioxidant contents.
- Store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Wrap them with newspaper individually to keep them fresh for a long time.
- If any grapes goes bad, it protects other grapes from getting spoiled. Take a cup of water, dissolve 1/8th teaspoon of salt in it.
- Soak freshly cut slices and drain them. Now, rinse them in fresh water so that they will not taste salty.
- Can be eaten as a fresh fruit or used in salads, smoothies, cookies, pies.
One cup (151 grams) of grapes provides more than a quarter of the RDI for vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitamin vital for blood clotting and healthy bones .
They’re also a good source of vitamin C, an essential nutrient and powerful antioxidant necessary for connective tissue health .
Antioxidants are compounds found in plants, for example. They help repair the damage to your cells caused by free radicals, which are harmful molecules that cause oxidative stress.
Oxidative stress has been associated with several chronic diseases including diabetes, cancer and heart disease.
Grapes are high in a number of powerful antioxidant compounds. In fact, over 1,600 beneficial plant compounds have been identified in this fruit .
The highest concentration of antioxidants is found in the skin and seeds. For this reason, most of the research on grapes has been done using seed or skin extracts .
Red grapes contain higher numbers of antioxidants due to the anthocyanins that give them their color .
The antioxidants in grapes remain present even after fermentation, which is why red wine is also high in these compounds.
One of the antioxidants in this fruit is resveratrol, which is classified as a polyphenol.
Numerous studies have been performed on its benefits, showing that resveratrol protects against heart disease, lowers blood sugar and protects against the development of cancer.
Grapes also contain vitamin C, beta-carotene, quercetin, lutein, lycopene and ellagic acid, which are powerful antioxidants as well.
Grapes contain many beneficial plant compounds, such as resveratrol, that may protect against various types of cancer, including colon cancer and breast cancer.
Compounds in grapes and red wine may protect against heart disease. Grapes may help lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
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|Dimensions||100 × 80 × 70 cm|