Published in Blood Weekly, March 23rd, 2000
Platelets have been linked with the development of atherosclerotic disease.
"Red wine and grapes contain polyphenolic compounds, including flavonoids, which can reduce platelet aggregation and have been associated with lower rates of cardiovascular disease," J.G. Keevil et al. said.
Keevil and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin conducted a randomized, crossover-design study whereby test subjects were given purple grape juice, orange juice, and grapefruit juice to drink. All three...
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