4. You’ll have healthier kidneys
Grapes contain powerful antioxidants like anthocyanin (gives grapes their red to purple color) and resveratrol. Both play a key role in fighting off free radicals that could enter the kidneys causing infections and disease. These antioxidants also work hard to flush out waste products like uric acid.
The National Kidney Foundation recommends a daily consumption of 15 grapes for maintaining good kidney health as part of a balanced diet.
5. You’ll be protected against most cancers
Back to those powerful antioxidants again. These toxin-fighting powerhouses have anticancer properties, protecting the body against many cancers including breast cancer. polyphenols like resveratrol have anti-inflammatory properties along with their antioxidant abilities.
Research has shown that even just resveratrol supplementation could potentially have many positive health benefits including decreased cancer risk. Even so, we think eating grapes is the much better route.