What Eating Grapes Says About Your Diet

If you grab grapes instead of chips or cookies, chances are your nutritional health is better overall. Recent findings based on information gathered from 21,800 adults and children participating in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2003-2008, reveal positive health connections to ingesting grapes. Habitual grape consumption indicated a coinciding diet rich in vegetables, grains, and nuts and seeds. In addition to a significant spike in vitamin absorption, grape eaters also claim heart-strengthening, blood-pressure reducing, anti-oxidation benefits of grape consumption. Grape consumers also tend to avoid sugary, fatty foods. If you intend to follow the grape-eating crowd, buy organic since traditional growers tend to go heavy on the pesticides.

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