Eating grapes could lower your risk of heart failure caused by chronic high blood pressure (hypertension), says a University of Michigan study. Hypertensive rats fed a diet heavy in antioxidant-rich grapes for 18 weeks showed reduced heart-muscle enlargement and thickening, as well as improved blood-pumping, likely due to an increase in glutathione, a cellular antioxidant essential to heart health.
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