Fruit That Actually Protects Your Heart

Today’s topic: Do you eat enough foods with antioxidants in them? Studies suggest foods high in antioxidants, such as grapes, can reduce your risk of heart failure. Find out how below.

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Grapes Can Protect Your Heart

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Foods high in antioxidants, such as grapes, are good for your heart. Image by Editor at Large, via Wikimedia Commons

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN—A recent study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was conducted at the University of Michigan Health System and published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, shows that grapes are able to reduce heart failure associated with high blood pressure.

Grapes are a known natural source of antioxidants, which researchers believe to be responsible for the way grapes exert beneficial effects in the heart; improving glutathione, which is the most abundant antioxidant in the heart. About 1 billion people throughout the world have hypertension (high blood pressure), which increases heart failure significantly. Heart failure resulting from chronic high blood pressure can result in an enlarged heart muscle that becomes thick and rigid (fibrosis), and unable to fill with blood properly (diastolic dysfunction).

Oxidative stress can also lead to heart failure, which is linked to a deficiency of glutathione. This is regularly observed in human and animal models of heart failure.

In this study, hypertensive, heart failure-prone rats were fed a grape-enriched diet for 18 weeks. Rats have a very similar heart structure as humans do; this is why researchers have studied the hearts of rats for decades.

The researchers found that grape consumption reduced the occurrence of heart muscle enlargement and fibrosis. Furthermore, the study showed that grape intake “turned on” antioxidant defenses, increasing the production of glutathione.

According to said lead investigator E. Mitchell Seymour, Ph.D.:

“The insights gained from our NIH study, including the ability of grapes to influence several genetic pathways related to antioxidant defense, provide further evidence that grapes work on multiple levels to deliver their beneficial effects.”

If you are interested in controlling your risk for heart failure, you might want to consider adding grapes and other antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables to your diet.

Have a healthy day,

Larry Berman

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