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Despite being delicious and refreshing, grape juice that is made with no water or sugar addition, is excellent to the health. Its nutrients have a strong antioxidant power, making grape juice a beneficial beverage for people of any age group.

All studies demonstrate that if the recommended volume of grape juice is consumed, it does not lead to weight gain. On the contrary, studies show that grape juice’s polyphenols increase metabolism and prevent absorption of fat by the body.

All studies demonstrate that if the recommended volume of grape juice is consumed, it does not lead to weight gain. On the contrary, studies show that grape juice’s polyphenols increase metabolism and prevent absorption of fat by the body.

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No, grape juice can be an ally in the prevention of diseases, but not to repair damage already in place. Therefore, children who have still not suffered too much from the effects of free radicals are the ones most benefited by the regular consumption of grape juice, since they are in the process of “building” a barrier against the actions of such substances throughout their lives.

The grape tranfers to it by-products a variety of polyphenols, among them the flavonoids – such as catechins, epicatechins, proanthocyanidins and anthocyanins – and the non-flavonoids, including resveratrol.
Yes, grape juice is considered to be antioxidant because of it high quantity of polyphenols, nutrients that contribute for its natural coloring, acidity and other features that make the beverage so tasty. Additionally, they are highly beneficial and help the well functioning of our bodies. Polyphenols have antioxidant, antimutagenic, anticarcinogenic (prevention of tumors, for instance) and antiatherogenic (prevention of heart diseases) properties.
An antioxidant property is the capacity to prevent damage caused by free radicals, molecules responsible for the aging process and certain neurodegenerative diseases.
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