Red grapes prevent clot formation and inhibit tumor growth. The skin of red grapes contain resveratol – a compound that blocks a key protein that cancer cells need to survive – actually starving them to death.

Grapes also contain anthocyanins, which are a natural energy enhancer. Anthocyanins also protect our blood vessels from damage that can cause clogged arteries. Anthocyanins are also good for keeping your brain healthy and your memory strong.

Not only are grapes a good source of vitamins A and C, but you’ll also find vitamin B6 and folate in these fruits of the vine. And that’s not all. Minerals like potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, and selenium, as well as trace amounts of copper, manganese, and zinc are also present in grapes. What’s more, you’ll also get some fiber and protein from grapes.

Oh, and they also contain flavonoids. Remeber, that’s what gives them their deep color and makes grapes a powerful antioxidant anti-aging fruit.


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