Sunday, September 6, 2009

History of the Muscadine

The first European settlers in the New World were introduced to the Muscadine grape by Native Americans, who consumed this wild-growing fruit in wooded areas of the southeastern United States.
It is speculated that over 400 hundred years ago, the first settlers planted what today is known as "The Mother Vine" located in North Carolina.
Independent laboratory tests show that Nature's Pearl Premium Muscadine grape seeds contain very high levels of natural antioxidants!
This concentration of Resveratrol, Resveratrol Metabolites and other phenolic compounds such as Ellagic Acid, OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins) and Quercetin make Muscadine grape seeds a very potent antioxidant!

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