The fruit of the grapes are familiar to mankind since ancient times. They are not only consumed fresh but also dried, as well as of them are juice. Grape juice is a drink made from grapes.
There is a perception that the grapes were the first plant, planted after the flood.
Calorie grape juice is 54 kcal per 100 grams of product.
The composition of grape juice
Grape juice is recognized more than 150 biologically active substances. Grape juice contains vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, C, P, PP, folic acid and organic acids. And trace elements in it is very necessary for the body: sodium, iron, phosphorus, copper and zinc.
Useful properties of grape juice
Grape juice has the ability to immediately enter into the blood and quickly absorbed by the body. Grape juice increases the percentage of hemoglobin in the blood, increases the number of red blood cells, regulates the ratio of leukocytes and lymphocytes in the blood. It has a beneficial effect on the bone marrow, which enhances the function of hematopoiesis.
Juice improves metabolism, speeds up digestion, removes toxins from the body, helps in cleansing the body and used in the weight loss. The presence of a large number of minerals in the juice help to cleanse the blood and blood formation, detoxifies the liver.
Grape juice helps with arthritis, liver problems, anemia and other blood disorders, cancer, constipation, high temperature, digestive problems, thickening in the membranes of the mucous membrane, skin diseases, and weight loss.
Juice well affect the operation of cardiac muscle, has a laxative and diuretic, useful in some diseases of the kidneys, liver, lungs, exhaustion of the nervous system and the prostate, reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood.
Contraindications of grape juice
Not recommended grape juice in gastritis with high acidity, ulcer disease stomach and duodenum, diabetes, obesity, chronic inflammatory processes in the lungs. It is undesirable to use grape juice and a tendency to flatulence.
Grape juice in cooking
Grape juice is used in cooking to make jelly, a variety of cocktails, alcoholic drinks, and also as an additive to many gourmet treats.