If you want to reduce liver fat and increase lifespan, then eat grapes

The grape season has begun, therefore experts have conducted an intriguing investigation of its additional advantages.

They maintain that routinely consuming grapes enhances genetic expression, lowers liver fat, and lengthens life, although all of these studies were carried out on mice.

According to the study, which was published in the journal Foods, it is advisable to make eating grapes a habit. This study was carried out by University of Western New England professor John Pizzotto and his associates. He said that food has a significant impact on the body and that a child’s nutritional needs are first manifested in the mother’s stomach. This has incredible grape advantages.

The likelihood of liver fat accumulation is significantly decreased by consuming grapes, which is the first advantage. Because grapefruit affects the genes that enable this fat to grow (fatty liver disease). This illness, which can lead to liver failure or cancer, is widespread throughout the world and affects an estimated 25% of the population.

Consuming grapes boosts the activity of genes that produce antioxidants. Grapes, on the other hand, were discovered to have another characteristic in that they address our unhealthy eating habits, which are the root cause of obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. The risk of weight gain is also decreased if grapes are consumed with poultry-based dishes.

The mice that were fed grapes lived longer, which, when compared to a human lifespan, can range from four to five years. However, it hasn’t yet been tried on people. However, because this has historically been the case, it may be stated that research on rats can be applied to the human body.

According to Dr. John Pizzotto, eating grapes helps improve brain function.


Author: DoctorMaryam.org

3rd Professional Medical Student. Karachi Medical and Dental College.

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