Grapes in the diet linked to improved eye health

Grapes in the diet linked to improved eye health

New research suggests that consistent grape consumption may improve eye health by protecting the retina from deterioration. A grape-enriched diet in a study with mice protected retinal structure and function.

New research findings suggest that consistent grape consumption may help eye health by protecting the retina from deterioration.

Specifically, a grape-enriched diet protects retinal structure and function.

The retina has cells which respond to light, also known as photoreceptors which includes two types – rods and cones.

Retinal degenerative diseases impact more than five million people in the U.S. The maladies can result in blindness caused by photoreceptor cell d

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