Grape juice, but not orange juice or grapefruit juice, inhibits human platelet aggregation.

@article{Keevil2000GrapeJB,
  title={Grape juice, but not orange juice or grapefruit juice, inhibits human platelet aggregation.},
  author={Jon G. Keevil and Hashim E Osman and J. David Reed and John David Folts},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2000},
  volume={130 1},
  pages={53-6}
}
Coronary artery disease is responsible for much mortality and morbidity around the world. Platelets are involved in atherosclerotic disease development and the reduction of platelet activity by medications reduces the incidence and severity of 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. Citrus fruits contain different classes of polyphenolics that may… CONTINUE READING
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