It is low in fat and high in iron and potassium, white grape promotes the reconstruction of many body tissues, improving the functioning of the heart. Some detox diets include white grape, in order to cleanse the body.
Red grape has more antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties than white and black grape. These properties protect from infections and viruses. It is richer in iron and potassium with consequent diuretic effects.
Black grape is rich in iron and flavonoids and it is recommended to improve blood circulation and to strengthen blood vessels. Its peel is full of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory polyphenols as well as folic acid, which is recommended for women in the first months of pregnancy.
Grape seeds are rich in Vitamin E, which helps skin to preserve smoothness and hydration;
grape can be kept in the fridge up until one week. It must be washed only before eating.
Last but not least, the peel contains the most healthy components. For this reason, berries should not be eaten peeled.
Grape pairs well with rice, cheese and meat;
according to researchers, red grape berries contain melatonin which promotes sleep.