As grape seeds are widely known to contain essential vitamins and health boosting antioxidants, it is perhaps surprising that grape seed tea is less utilized around the world. GOLOB’s Rejuvenating Grape Seed Tea contains a flavorful blend of ground grape seeds, grape leaves and sun dried grape berries which is perfect for soothing the mind and body. But there is much more to GOLOB’s Rejuvenating Grape Seed Tea than simply sipping a hot cup of its delicious brew. Continue reading Grape Seed Tea – 6 Alternative Personal Health Care Uses
Diabetes refers to a group of metabolic diseases in which sufferers have high blood glucose levels due either to inadequate insulin production, failure of the body’s cells to respond to insulin production or both. Persons with high blood sugar typically experience frequent urination (polyuria) and become progressively hungry (polyphagia) and thirsty (polydipsia). Continue reading Battling Type 2 Diabetes with Grape Seed Extract
Grape seeds contain an abundance of organic chemicals called polyphenols, which have proven to be extremely effective in promoting good physical and mental health in humans. These polyphenols include flavonoids, linoleic acid, vitamin E and phenolic OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins), among various other beneficial phytochemicals. Due to their role as antioxidants in the body, these substances have demonstrated anticancer, cardio-protective, anti-inflammation, anti-aging and anti-microbial activities when used in recommended doses. This article will investigate how polyphenols are extracted from grape seeds and how we can make use of these wonderful extracts in our own homes. Continue reading Grape Seed Extracts and Teas: Manufacture and Health Benefits
In humans, youth is characterized by a clearly discernible period of physical and mental development. As our cells multiply, our bodies become bigger and stronger – and as we continue to take in knowledge, our cognitive abilities increase. But as we are well aware, something goes awry in the cell renewal process when we reach the 20-35 year old mark. We begin to lose our ability to respond favorably to stressors, biological homeostasis decreases and we become more prone to diseases. In a nutshell, we begin to age.
From the dawn of man to our present day, the production and consumption of grapes and various grape products (raisins, wines, juices, etc.) have been intricately interwoven into the fabric of human history. Not only do grapes provide us with vital carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and edible fibers, they also supply us with essential phytochemicals. Due to their numerous biological activities and promotion of good general health, grape polyphenols are, without a doubt, the most important of these grape phytochemicals.