Audio News Release for California Table Grape Commission promotes grapes as a healthy snack option
Americans love to snack. According to a recent report from Mintel, 94% of us snack everyday. Although most of us admit to snacking to satisfy cravings, one third of those surveyed reported that they want to eat healthier. Our Audio News Release on Grapes for the California Table Grape Commission spreads the word about grapes as a healthy snack option that satisfies both needs. Listen to the Audio News Release:
Audio News Release features Courtney Romano, Health Advisor for the California Table Grape Commission
Registered Dietician Courtney Romano describes the benefits of grapes and why the bite-size fruit should be a part of your snacking endeavors. “Fresh grapes are a perfect snack because not only do they taste great they are healthy too,” she explains, “a bonus is that grapes are ripe and ready to eat when you buy them. They are a packable snack for when you are on-the-go.”
Audio News Release Shares the health benefits of grapes
In one 3/4 cup serving of grapes, there are only 90 calories. In addition, grapes have no fat, no cholesterol and almost no sodium. California grapes, whether they are purple, green, white or red, are a natural source of antioxidants. Grapes also contain polyphenols, which appear to protect the health and function of our cells. Furthermore, current research indicates that there is a connection between the nutrients in grapes and healthy heart function. For more information about grapes visit grapesfromcalifornia.com.
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