Black grape. Properties

Black Grape (Vitis vinifera)

Black grapes abound in various substances of known properties that are beneficial to health, such as resveratrol, anthocyanins, flavonoids and tannins, responsible for color, aroma and texture characteristic of this fruit and they depend on various properties.

The balance of nutrients provided by the black grape is also valued for their fiber content, vitamin and minerals to be significantly higher than that of most fruits known.

The skin and seeds of red grapes is rich in Resveratrol, this is a fantastic support to the cardiovascular system. If you take juice or purple grape juice, including the skin, pulp and seeds are fed the circulatory system by promoting cardiovascular health, immune system, anemic, kidney disease and bowel problems.

Properties and benefits of black grape

• The red grapes helps in preventing premature aging, due to its high concentration of antioxidants.

• The black grape protects the overall cardiovascular system

• The black grape is useful in vascular or circulatory disorders

• The black grape prevents blood clots

• The red grapes helps in the fight against free radicals.

• The care of the black grape Immune System

• Helping to bodily infirmity

• The black grape fights anemic

• Helps prevent inflammation

• Help in night vision

• Helps prevent cataracts

The grapes and aging

One of the substances is also present in grapes is resveratrol, also found in nuts, slows the deterioration of our body due to aging processes, improving quality of life for seniors. In a study conducted by the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore (USA) and published in the journal Cell Metabolism on resvaratrol effects in experimental animals have shown that this substance reduces the harmful oxidative stress and get healthy aging similar to that produced by caloric restriction in the diet.

Evidence shows that low calorie diets not only improve the health of a person, but we also protect against the development of cancerous tumors (prevention of carcionogénesis) that may occur in older people.

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