Grape – one of the top sources of group B vitamins and best friend of your Heart

Grape is always associated with the proper function of Heart and not without a reason. Known B-complex groups of Vitamins are present in big percentage in this fruit. Among other functions, these Vitamins are responsible for the chemical combustion in the cells with the purpose of producing energy. Such energy however, is provided through Glucose and Fructose which are beneficial for the contraction of Heart muscle. The contractions are also assisted by the content of Calcium, Potassium and Magnesium, also present in Grape.


But the benefit from eating Grape does not stop here. Grape juice has excellent impact on Blood flow, in a way that it stimulates the dilatation of Arteries. Having on mind all of this, plus the fact that Grapes do not contain Sodium and Fats as the most commonly known to cause damage to the Heart, we can safely state that Grape is the best friend of the Cardiovascular system in general.

The amount of Flavonoids (vitamin P) in Grapes, beneficially affects Arteries by preventing the formation of Blood clots in them. This known Antioxidant also prevents Arteriosclerosis.

Energy 71 kcal Proteins 0.66 g
Carbohydrate 16.8 g Dietary Fiber 1.0 g
Vitamin A 7.00 µg Vitamin B1 0.092 mg
Vitamin B2 0.057 mg Vitamin B3 0.350 mg
Vitamin B6 0.110 mg Vitamin B9 3.90 µg
Vitamin C 10.8 mg Vitamin E 0.70 mg
Sodium 2.0 mg Calcium 11 mg
Phosphor 13 mg Magnesium 6.0 mg
Iron 0.26 mg Potassium 185 mg
Zinc 0.050 mg Total Fat 0.58 g
Saturated Fat 0.189 g Cholesterol 0