Benefits of Eating Grapes

Grapes are among the most famous summer fruits. People consume grapes for thousands of years, as the fruit has always been a key element of their nutrition. We can see grapes on ancient greek wall paintings, while at the same time we have historic reports referring to the significance of grapes and wine in Ancient Greeks’ diet and lifestyle. Nowadays, people consume grapes and their products, not only for their flavor, but also for their significant nutritional value. Grapes, and hence wine, have various health beneficial components that may differ slightly depending on the variety and growing methods.

Health Benefits of Grape Consumption:

  • Cardiovascular Benefits
  • Fights against Cancer
  • Promotes Skin Health
  • Improves Digestion
  • Anti Inflammatory Properties
  • Eye Health Benefits
  • Boosts the Immune System
  • Potential Anti-Diabetic Action

According to the USDA, 100 gr of red seedless grapes include:

  • Energy: 65 kcal
  • Protein: 0.72g
  • Total lipid: 0.72g
  • Carbohydrate, by difference: 17.39g
  • Sugars, total: 16.67g
  • Fiber: 0.7g
  • Ca: 14mg
  • Fe: 0.26mg
  • Na: 0
  • Vitamin C: 10.9mg
  • Vitamin A IU: 72IU

Heart Health

Grapes, especially red varieties, contain a significant amount of polyphenols, such as resveratrol, which lower the risk of atherosclerosis and strokes. Those polyphenols are associated with lowering blood pressure and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. 

Skin Health

Resveratrol is the main reason we see grapes appearing in cosmetic medicine. This powerful antioxidant protects cells collagen, helping the skin remain young and healthy. 


In the eternal fight against cancer, polyphenols such as resveratrol and quercetin once again play the most important role. According to studies, resveratrol may be able to prevent tumor growth in various organs, such as liver, skin, stomach, breast, skin, colon, and lymph. Red wine contains resveratrol which if consumed wisely, could have beneficial effects. However, consuming high quantities of wine could increase the risk of various heart and liver diseases. 

Improves Digestion

Grapes are a source of fiber, which is known to boost the good functioning of the digestive system and may prevent constipation. 

Vitamin C

Grapes are a great vitamin C source, promoting skin health and boosting our immune system.

Eye Health

Grapes also contain antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin, which neutralize free radicals and prevent eye-damaging conditions like cataracts.


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