Apples are nutrient-dense, meaning they offer a lot per serving. Apples are rich in antioxidant polyphenols.
Fiber and water make apples full. Increasing fullness helps manage hunger, which aids weight loss.
Good for Heart
Apples may prevent heart disease. They may have soluble fibre. This fibre lowers cholesterol levels.
Lower diabetes risk
Apples may lessen type 2 diabetes risk. Apples and pears reduce type 2 diabetes risk by 18%, according to research.
Apple antioxidants may help prevent lung, breast, and stomach cancers.
Apples contain prebiotic pectin fibre. It feeds gut microbiota, or healthy bacteria.
Apples' antioxidants may prevent lung damage. Free radicals induce oxidative damage. This can cause inflammation and allergies.
Quercetin's antioxidant activities may protect the brain and nerves from oxidative damage and prevent injuries that can lead to Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
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