Gastrovirus, commonly known as viral gastroenteritis, is an infection in your gut that can cause a series of uncomfortable symptoms. Although there is no effective treatment for gastric virus, some lifestyle and dietary changes may reduce the risk of this infection. Eating grapes and drinking grape juice have some health benefits, but they are not effective ways to prevent stomach disease. The red grape growing on the grapevine. (picture: Comstock / Stockbyte / Getty Images)
gastric virus is usually infected by contaminated food or water or contact with the infected person. The most common symptoms of gastric virus are watery diarrhea and vomiting. You may also have abdominal pain, headache, muscle soreness, chills or mild fever. Most people recover from gastric virus without any complications, but because gastric virus can be treated, it is important to take measures to prevent their own infection. For example, vitamin C and potassium may also have some health care effects. Grape juice can reduce your risk of thrombosis, help reduce LDL cholesterol levels, prevent damage to blood vessels around the heart, and help maintain healthy blood pressure. Antioxidants in grapes and grape juice also help reduce the risk of heart disease and atherosclerosis. However, grapes and grape juice do not prevent stomach viruses. The most effective way to prevent stomach virus is to wash hands frequently. Wash your hands with soap and water after using the toilet or changing diapers, before eating, after going out and after touching surfaces that may contain bacteria, such as door handles. Probiotics can also help reduce the risk of stomach virus infection. Probiotics exist as supplements, but can also be found in certain foods, such as yogurt, miso and pickles. Before taking probiotic supplements, consult your doctor to make sure they are right for you. Avoid foods and beverages that may be contaminated and disinfect surfaces at home to further reduce risk. There are many bacteria that can cause gastric viruses, and they are highly infectious. If someone in your family has stomach problems, don't share towels, cutlery or plates. This may help prevent the spread of bacteria that cause the virus. Although grapes and grape juice do not prevent stomach viruses, they are a healthy source of vitamin C. Vitamin C in grapes and grape juice may help strengthen your immune system and reduce the severity of your symptoms.