alx & raptor, I'm sure glad I don't have you guys setting up my diets, you guys are nuts. Eating grapes, a natural sugar, is WAY different than eating a processed sugar.
Natural products, especially grapes, which contain large amounts of anti-oxidants are great for after dinner, even with their high sugar contents.
The sugars are processed differently, and the calorie per servings are so miniscule, you will not get fat from eating grapes. Not even a little bit.
Plus natural fruit sources that are not juice are extremely healthy for you, especially right before bed, as during cell generation anti oxidants are essential for cell fortification and help your body to expel toxins that need to be flushed from the system. So the benefits greatly outway any risk of fat build up from sugar contents.
A serving size of grapes contains 15 G of natural sugar, your insulin levels are barely effected by that kind of intake. Sometimes diet rules can be taken to the extreme, and in this case, saying you shouldn't eat grapes before bed because of glycogen storage is being way to anal if you ask me.