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Health Researchers Continue To Shed Light On The Benefits Of Natural Compounds In Grapes

September 1, 2009: 01:02 PM EST
Grapes and grape products like raisins, juice, and wine, all contain natural compounds that researchers are studying for their potential beneficial health effects. According to a coalition of growers, processors, wineries, and academics, an increasing amount of scientific evidence suggests that grapes and grape products could have a positive impact on cardiovascular health, cognitive function in the elderly, cancer, inflammation, diabetes, and dental health. In a press release to highlight the study, Jean-Mari Peltier, President of the National Grape and Wine Initiative (NGWI) said "The interest in grapes and health is very strong and there is no doubt that research in this area will continue at full force".
John Pezzuto, Venkat Venkatasubramanian, Mazen Hamad and Kenneth Morris, "Unraveling the Relationship between Grapes and Health", Journal of Nutrition, September 01, 2009, © American Society for Nutrition
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