This delicious fruit kills bad bacteria in the gut, cleans the gut

Young beautiful woman eating grapes from a fruit bowl in the kitchen

It’s amazingly effective at removing the toxin called DSS, which causes irritable bowel syndrome in men

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This delicious fruit kills bad bacteria in the gut, cleans the gut

Exosomes are tiny bundles of matter which are released from human and plant cells.

They were only discovered in the 1930s — and some of their functions remain mysterious and controversial.

What we do know about exosomes is that they carry information and instructions from one cell to another.

We produce our own exosomes — but we also ingest exosomes from different plants and animals every time we eat.

These exosomes may pass through our gut and into the body.

We know that they could have profound effects — yet there has been relatively little research showing what food-based exosomes actually do.

But in one series of experiments researchers found that exosomes from grapes had a profound effect on gut stem cells.

The grape exosomes carried instructions to rebuild the damaged gut in a model of inflammatory bowel disease.

The results could teach us how to greatly accelerate recovery from inflammatory diseases — or promote child-like regeneration in older people.

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The experiments were carried out at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. The results were published in Molecular Therapy.

It’s more than 80 years since the discovery of exosomes.

But we still know relatively little about the effect of exosomes in the foods we eat.

“Food-derived exosome-like nanoparticles pass through the intestinal tract throughout our lives, but little is known about their impact or function.”

The study was designed to see if exosomes from grapes could have any effect on gut function in mice.

First, the researchers identified and purified exosomes from grapes.

Then these grape exosomes were fed to mice.

The researchers found that the grape exosomes travelled through the gut barrier where they tended to interact with gut stem cells.

“The cells targeted by grape exosomes are intestinal stem cells whose responses underlie  intestinal tissue remodeling.”

Stem cells are undifferentiated, blank slate cells. They can be formed into any type of cell with the right instructions.

These stem cells hold the key to curing inflammatory diseases of the gut.

Numerous other experiments have tried to stimulate these cells as a way to cure inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s or Ulcerative Colitis.

Researchers have been working on inflammatory bowel disease in animals for decades — and they have very specific ways of creating this disease in mice.

When mice are exposed to a toxin called DSS they develop inflammatory bowel disease.

So the researchers wondered what would happen if mice exposed to DSS were also given grape exosomes…

Those experiments found that grape exosomes could trigger accelerated recovery from inflammatory bowel disease caused by the inflammatory toxin — DSS.

“Grape exosomes mediated intestinal tissue remodeling and protection against dextran sulfate sodium (DSS)-induced colitis.”

(Colitis is gut inflammation)

These tiny particles released from grapes instructed gut stem cells to rebuild the inflamed gut tissue.

Grape exosomes relay information to the gut which tell it how to protect against IBD and which instruct it to rebuild.

When an old or unhealthy person gets an injury it can take a long time to heal — a healthy child will heal the same injury rapidly — and often with no after-effects.

When fully understood, exosomes could provide our cells instructions to allow us to heal like children.

All naturally — by stimulating our own repair processes.

Of course, the health benefits of certain foods have been observed long before exosomes were discovered.

Hippocrates famously wrote “let food be thy medicine” about 2,400 years ago.

Yet before the discovery of exosomes and their amazing effects, many would have considered such mechanisms to be impossible.


“Grape exosomes not only stimulate tissue renewal processes, but can also participate in the remodeling of it in response to disease triggers.”

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Grape exosome-like nanoparticles induce intestinal stem cells and protect mice from DSS-induced colitis