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Seeded organic grapes, possibly the highlight of my week was finding these at the grocery store. I was so excited to see them there, however I noticed some other shoppers were not as pumped. My experience with purchasing seeded grapes is that they preserve better and taste better than the seedless ones. This is another one of those moments where I believe my body is trying to speak to me or some sort of intuition is kicking in.
It is argued that seedless fruits are inferior because they are sterile.Without the seeds they have lost their reproductive capacity and are less alive. I unintentionally said in the grocery store explaining to someone why I prefer the seeded grapes, seedless grapes are like the womb being removed. In the raw/living community most foodies view seedless grapes as not being truly raw.
Grape seeds contain oligomeric proanthrocyanadin complexes, are powerful antioxidants, in addition to other nutrients such as vitamin-E, flavonoids and linoleic acids. Flavonoids are believed to lower the risk of heart disease by lowering ones "bad" cholesterol levels.