Seeded grapes can prevent age-related loss of vision and macular degeneration. Research study conducted at University of Miami suggests that a seeded grape-enriched diet supports eye health and may prevent vision-threatening retinal diseases. The study showed that three servings of seeded grapes a day can reduce the risks of macular degeneration by over 36 %. This is because the antitoxins components of seeded grapes helps to keep the optic nerve and central nervous system healthy, which is the organ system responsible for eye health.
Dill has long been associate with antitoxins activity and it has been shown to prevent a number of infections in various organs throughout the body. The compounds in dill is traditionally known to prevent potential infections because of it’s abilities to remove toxic material from the organs.