Grape seed flour is characterized by its high content of dietary fiber as well as valuable minerals and trace elements. Grape seed flour is versatile and can be used, for example, as a baking ingredient (simply replace 5-7% of normal flour with grape seed flour), for making bread, bread rolls, pizza, cake, soups, and desserts or as an addition to yogurt, curd, and muesli. Red grapes have the commercial status of “superfruit” because of its antioxidant qualities, nutrient content and overall popularity amongst consumers. It contains fewer calories than green grapes. Red grapes contain Vitamins A, C, B6, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, folate, magnesium and selenium. Flavonoids are the most powerful antioxidants found in grapes that contribute to ocular health. Grape seed oil can be used to treat and prevent symptoms associated with aging, such as wrinkles and loose skin. Not only does it help by moisturizing your skin, but its antioxidant properties destroy free radicals that degrade collagen production, a substance important for youthful skin. #Grapeseed oil is highly effective at treating numerous hair, skin and face conditions that you may encounter throughout your life.