Grape molasses is the concentrated boiled grape juice,  which is made by placing grapes or raisins in an open boiler, or in a vacuumed tank with the aim of boiling, concentrating, and reducing its acidity to obtain a product with a thicker consistency,  2] Grape molasses is a natural, healthy product that can be obtained with a minimum of processing and processing, and it can be consumed as an alternative to jam in breakfast meals . 
Benefits of grape molasses
Grape molasses is characterized by its high content of vitamins and minerals,  important such as potassium, calcium , phosphorous, and iron,  and a study published in Food Chemistry in 2011 indicated that grape molasses possesses an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory biological activity, in addition to It may contribute to reducing the risk of mutations . 
Benefits of grape molasses for children
The high iron content in grape molasses may help reduce iron deficiency in children with iron deficiency anemia, according to a study published in The Turkish Journal of Pediatrics. 
You can learn more about the benefits of the grape fruit used to make grape molasses by reading the article What are the benefits of grapes .
Damage to grape molasses
The degree of safety of grape molasses
There is no information about the safety of using grape molasses in particular, but molasses in general is often considered safe when consumed in moderation. 
Precautions for using grape molasses
Consumption of grape molasses may cause some side effects in people with some health problems, such as: 
- Diabetics: Although grape molasses is a good alternative to refined sugar, consuming it in large quantities may have negative effects on diabetics , and this applies to all types of added sugars.
- People with Irritable Bowel Syndrome: People who suffer from this syndrome, or other digestive problems, are advised to avoid eating grape molasses. Because consuming large amounts of it may cause diarrhea or other digestive problems.
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- ↑ Beşir Dağ And Zekai Tarakçi (2016), “Comparatives of physico-chemical composition, mineral and heavy metal properties of the grape juices, grape pekmez and dried grape products in plant difference” , Journal of Current Research in Science , Issue 3, Folder 4, Page 147-152. Edited.
- ^ A b of Mehmet Alpaslan, Hayta of Mehmet (2002), "Rheological And Sensory Properties Of Pekmez (Grape Molasses) / Tahin (Sesame Paste) Blends" , Journal Unit Of Food Engineering , Issue 1, 54 the Folder, 89-93 . Page. Edited.
- ↑ Muhammad Talha (2013), "Status of Molasses manufacturing from raisin and its development in Damascus country side" , Damascus University Journal for Agricultural Sciences , Issue 1, Folder 29, Page 143-152. Edited.
- ↑ Bor-Sen Wang, Lee-Wen Chang, Zhi-Chyang Kang And Others (1-6-2011), “Inhibitory effects of molasses on mutation and nitric oxide production” , Food Chemistry , Issue 3, Folder 126, Page 1102- 1107. Edited.
- ↑ Yakup Aslan, Erol Erduran, Hilal Mocan And Others (1997), "Absorption of iron from grape-molasses and ferrous sulfate: a comparative study in normal subjects and subjects with iron deficiency anemia." , The Turkish journal of pediatrics , Issue 4, Folder 39, Page 465-471. Edited.
- ^ A b Kayla 's McDonell (16-3-2020), "Everything You Need To Know About Molasses" , www.medicalnewstoday.com The , Retrieved 13-4-2020. Edited.