1. The anti-cancer effect of raisins is particularly obvious. Studies have shown that among those who grow grapes and eat more grapes, the incidence of cancer is also significantly reduced.
This is mainly because it contains an anti-cancer trace element (resveratrol), which can prevent healthy cells from becoming cancerous and prevent cancer cells from spreading. This resveratrol, which is rich in grape skins and grape seeds, is the main ingredient in grapes and is an excellent food for antioxidants.
2. Raisin is particularly beneficial to those patients with ischemic heart disease and atherosclerotic heart disease. Raisins contain many flavonoids, which are better for protecting the heart. The flavonoids in raisins are a powerful antioxidant that can fight aging.