This Is What Happens To Your Body If You Eat Grapes Every Day For 1 Month

6. You’ll breathe easier

Studies have shown a link between low fruit and vegetable intake and asthma, prompting researchers to find if the inverse is true — if eating more fruits and vegetables would help those with asthma. Results published in the journal, Nutrients, found that fruits and vegetables played a role in both prevention and treatment of asthma.

Now, grapes are an important fruit that my play a strong role in this. In fact, a  2007 study showed that children who grew up eating a Mediterranean diet high in nuts and fruits like grapes, were less likely to have asthma-like symptoms.This could be due to the large moisture content.

7. You’ll be stronger and faster

Grapes could improve your muscle strength and stamina. A study by the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Georgia found that the compounds found in the skins of grapes, including catechins, quercetin, and resveratrol, improved run time to exhaustion, fitness, and skeletal-muscle mitochondrial function in rats. And while no official studies have have been conducted on humans, this shows promise if the research transfers over, you could very well be your key to being the stronger/faster you, you’ve always wanted to be.