Grape seed extract and the benefits
There has been much talked about health benefits of Grape Seed Extract in the recent times. Grape seed extract is derived from the grape seeds provided by wine manufacturers and it’s been believed to control and prevent a lot of diseases.
Grape seed extract is rich in antioxidant which helps in destroying the free radicals in the body. The natural plant compound in grape seed extract, oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes makes it extra beneficial, which proves that grape seed extract is anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and also anti allergic. It’s been proven that grape seed extract prevents the growth of breast, colon, and lung cancer cells.
The flavonoids, linoleic acid along with the antioxidants present in the grape seed extract help in preventing the high blood pressure and also protects the blood vessels from damaging. Grape seed extract is also found to improve the bone strength and bone formation.
Grape seed extract helps in the condition of chronic venous insufficiency and also controls the cholesterol level to a greater extent. It is also found to maintain the lipid profile, thereby helps in weight loss and also found to be the greatest strength for patients suffering from diabetes.
It reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke. Being an anti-inflammatory, grape seed extract helps in reducing the swelling in circulatory conditions and limb heaviness.
It’s been suggested that 100 to 300 milligrams of grape seed extract can be taken per day. Grape seed extract can be allergic to some people resulting in headache, dizziness, and nausea. At the same time, grape seed extract are never prescribed for children, pregnant and breastfeeding women, due to the allergic complications it might result in.