Grape Seed/Grape Extract Supplements
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Grapeseed and Grape Extract contain the beneficial substances you find in red wine.
Grapeseed and Grape Extract promotes antioxidant support.**
Grapeseed and Grape Extract support heart health.**
Grapeseed and Grape Extract help fight the cell-damaging effects of free radicals.**
Grapeseed and Grape Extract’s active ingredients exist in many healthful plants and herb's such as green tea bilberry
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100 mg / 120 Softgels
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100 mg / 50 Capsules
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50 mg / 100 Capsules
60 mg / 50 Capsules
100 mg/30 mg / 30 Softgels
32 fl oz Liquid
60 Vegi Caps
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400 mg / 100 Vegi Caps
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600 mg / 60 Vegi Caps
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50 mg/250 mg / 60 Vegi Caps
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75 mg / 60 Tablets
Reg. Price: $29.99
Grapeseed extract also contains proanthocyanidins, as well as flavonoid polyphenols and resveratrol the most widely known beneficial substances found in red wine. Grapeseed extract is derived from the seeds of common grapes which are a family of climbing shrubs and vines found nearly everywhere in the world.
Grapes are native to Asia but were brought to North America and Europe during the 1600's. Grapes are found in different colors, but typically are red, purple, and green.
- Grapeseed extract contains flavonoid polyphenols, ellagic acid, and resveratrol the beneficial substance found in red wine.
- Grapeseed extract contains polyphenols known as oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPC's).
- The skin and seeds of grapes can have a positive effect on heart health.
- Grapeseed extract contains resveratrol, which helps fight the cell-damaging effects of free radicals.
- Grapeseed extract helps support heart health.
- Cell-damaging free radicals can come from anywhere auto exhaust, smoking, even your own body.
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