- Grape skins are rich in resveratrol, a compound that can help put the brakes on memory loss
- Purple grape juice is bursting with flavonoids, which improve blood flow and protect your arteries.
- Drinking grape juice helps make bad (LDL) cholesterol less likely to oxidize and stick to artery walls.
- Toss seedless grapes into your green salad to add a sweet crunch. They add crispy goodness to chicken, shrimp, and tuna salad, too.
- Serve fruit kabobs for desserts. Skewer grapes, banana slices, whole strawberries, and pineapple chunks. Drizzle with honey, lime juice, and allspice, and set ‘em on a warm grill to heat them through.
- Ditch the candy dish and replace it with a bowl of grapes. Here’s betting you’ll pop a few in your mouth every time you walk by.
Here’s one of my frosty treats that’s packed with flavor—and you can whip it up in a flash! It tastes so yummy, you’ll forget it’s good for you:In a blender, whirl 1 cup of fat-free frozen cherry yogurt and 1/2 cup of purple grape juice until creamy smooth. Garnish with a cluster of purple grapes, still on the stem, and serve with a wide straw.