Researchers are studying that grape seed cures certain risk of dreadful cancer. Grape seed is a powerful antioxidant and when we eat grapes swallow it as it reduces cholesterol levels in blood. To make you understand clearly what is oxidation, cut an apple and place it aside for five minutes. After five minutes you can see brown layer over the apple, which is nothing but oxidation. Oxygen in the air is polluted and to protect our body we need anti oxidants which are more in grape seeds.
Grape seed reduces the cell damages and thus
prevents many diseases. Moreover people who are allergic to grapes should not
eat grape seeds but after doctor's consultation he or she may eat it. Eating
black grapes improves vision and eye sight. Moreover it protects women from
breast cancer as this disease is more prone to them consuming black grapes
reduces the risk of breast cancer.
Further while purchasing grapes hold the bunch by its stem
and shake them. If the grapes fall from the stem it is clear that the grapes
had been stored for a longer period of time and never eat it. Bunches are held
together if the stem is green in color. Unwashed grapes should be placed in an
air tight container and be stored inside the refrigerator. Consume it as early
as possible as their quality diminishes within time.
Is Watermelon Good For You? This juicy fruit that we so lovingly devour in summers is replete with nutrients. It is rich in potassium and vitamins A, C, and B. But what makes the watermelon fruit a must-have is lycopene, the antioxidant that renders the fruit its deep red color. Numerous studies have supported the beneficial effects of lycopene. The antioxidant is known to reduce the risk of stroke and also lower the blood pressure levels.
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