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The Journal of Nutrition: "Grapes and Cardiovascular Disease."
Annals of the NY Academy of Sciences: "Resveratrol, in its natural combination in whole grape, for health promotion and disease management."
Mayo Clinic: "Does grape juice offer the same health benefits as red wine?"
Keck Medicine of USC: "5 Things Grapes Can Do for Your Overall Health."
Cleveland Clinic: "Improving Your Health with Fiber."
CDC: "The Role of Potassium and Sodium in Your Diet," "Alcohol and Public Health: Frequently Asked Questions."
Produce for Better Health Foundation: "How Many Grapes Are You Allowed to Eat Every Day?"
Pezzuto, J. Ed, Grapes and Health, Springer, 2016.
News release, Oregon State University: "Red grapes, blueberries may enhance immune function."
Cleveland Clinic/Healthy Brains: "Food & Nutrition: The Mediterranean Way."
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: "Table and Dried Grapes: FAO-OIV Focus 2016."
Nutrients: "Dietary Sources and Bioactivities of Melatonin."
News release, The Endocrine Society: "Resveratrol Boosts Spinal Bone Density in Men With Metabolic Syndrome."
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