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What is Grapes? 

Grapes come in a variety of hues and shapes. There are red, green, and purple grapes, as well as seedless grapes, grape jelly, jam, and juice, raisins, currants, and sultanas, and wine.

Where they usually found?

The grape are found all over the world 

Nutritional Information  

  • Calories: 104
  • Carbs: 27.3 grams
  • Protein: 1.1 grams
  • Fat: 0.2 grams
  • Fiber: 1.4 grams
  • Vitamin C: 27% 
  • Vitamin K: 28% 
  • Thiamine: 7% 
  • Riboflavin: 6% 
  • Vitamin B6: 6% 
  • Potassium: 8% 
  • Copper: 10% 
  • Manganese: 5% 

 What are its benefits?

  • Prevent Chronic Diseases 
  • Protect you against cancer 
  • Remarkable for Heart Health 
  • Reduce Cholesterol 
  • Beneficial for low blood pressure patients 
  • Protect you against Diabetes 
  • Good for Eye health 
  • Boost up your memory 
  • Good of bone health 
  • Protect you against infections 
  • Slow down aging 

How to grow it

  • To keep the roots hydrated, soak the vines in a bucket of water. 
  • At the base of the trellis, dig a planting hole. If you’re going to plant many vines, space the holes 5 to 8 feet apart. In the hole, plant the grapevine and fan out its roots. 
  • About 1″ below the soil line should be the place on the stem where the roots flare out. Backfill the hole with soil until it’s three-quarters full. 
  • To settle the soil, give it plenty of water. 
  • Fill the hole to the top and then re-water it.

How To Include It in Your Diet?

  • Used as a snack 
  • Used as freeze
  • Used in a fruit salad
  • Used in fruit chat
  • Used as a juice 
  • You can make jam from grapes 
  • Used in desserts