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The Science Behind Grape Juice's Benefits

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Purple concord grape juice has some anti-clotting effects and can inhibit inflammatory compounds in the blood. It can also produce a modest increase in good HDL cholesterol. Dr. Jane Friedman at Boston University School of Medicine explains her study on the benefits of drinking grape juice.

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My friend has problems with blood clotting and swelling in hands, feet and
face. Doctors give him Plavix for blood thinning but it is expensive. He
is in and out of homeless shelters and works infrequently. I recently gave him these nutritional items:
vit. C, pycnogenol, L-lysine, ginko biloba, garlic oil, niacin and
red rice yeast.

Overnight he went from feeling tired and having swollen hands and feet to feeling great, no swelling or pain in hands or feet. I was surprised at how
quickly his 57 year old body responded.

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY RESPONSE: A DOCTOR SHOULD SUPERVISE A PERSON STARTING OR STOPPING PLAVIX.

WE ARE GLAD YOUR SUPPLEMENTS HELPED YOUR FRIEND, BUT WARN OTHERS THAT INDIVIDUAL RESULTS MAY VARY.

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