small, soft fleshed fruit enjoyed by all. Grows in bunches on the vine making
for a decorative addition to a cheese platter or fruit bowl. Australian grapes
peak in the summer months with supply continuing into autumn.
thousands of different grape varieties used to make red wine around the world.
These red grape varieties can also be blending partners for other grapes, in
wines made from multiple grape varieties.
Health Benefits of Grape:
Here are some nutritional highlights:
in grapes and red wine may protect against heart disease. Grapes may help
lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
contain several compounds, such as resveratrol, lutein and zeaxanthin,
that may protect against common eye diseases, including age-related
macular degeneration, cataracts and glaucoma.
contain compounds that may improve memory, attention and mood and may
protect against Alzheimer’s disease, though more human-based research is
needed to confirm some of these benefits.
contain several compounds that have shown beneficial effects against
certain bacteria, viruses and yeast infections.
How to Eat Grape:
There are two ways to eat seeded grapes:
a grape on its side, pierce the center with the point of a knife, and lift
and remove the seeds.
a grape in your mouth whole, deposit the seeds into your thumb and first
two fingers, and place the seeds on your plate.
Grape is useful for skin and hair
health related issues.