A Prospective Randomized Double-blind Trial Of Grape Juice Antioxidants In Men With Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms
Notes for this study:
||Change ICSmale. Mean + SD. Grape: 1.7 (2.8). Placebo: 1.7 (4.1)
|Number of Subjects
In a randomized, double-blind, controlled trial,113 participants with lower urinary tract symptoms were allocated to take 240 mg (8 ounces) of concord grape juice or a calorically matched control drink daily for 3 months.
Funding issues for this study:
The primary outcome was the change in lower urinary tract symptoms on the Male International Continence Symptom, and both groups saw some improvement. Still, there was no notable difference between them. There was also no notable difference in erectile function.
Welch’s Food, Inc provided the juice and it's unclear if they had any influence on the trial.