An Apple a Day
"An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away"
is more than just an old adage — it's supported by numerous rearch studies.
Research has Found that Apple Consumption can Help With:
Eating 2-4 whole apples a day or drinking 2-3 cups of apple juice a day can help with age-related memory loss and Alzheimer's disease.
Boron, found in apples, is an essential trace element that helps harden bones.
Contains pectin — a water-soluble fiber found to reduct levels of cholesterol by removing it from the bloodstream.
Foods rich in fiber and flavonoids — found in apples — may reduce chronic cough and risk of developing certain cancers, including lung cancer.
Apples contain complex carbohydrates so they energize faster than eating something high in sugar.
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