Now, your mum didn’t use the term powerfood but she knew about apples. An apple a day keeps the doctor away’’ was the first nutritional advice myself and many children heard from their mums. For this reason we call them ‘’the first powerfood.’’
Apples are filled with soluble fiber 5 grams
This fiber has been shown to reduce intestinal disorders, including diverticulitis, hemorrhoids and possibly some types of cancer.
Helps control insulin levels by releasing sugar slowly into the bloodstream.
Cleanses and detoxifies, which helps eliminate heavy metals, such as lead and mercury.
Apple pectin helps reduce cholesterol levels by lowering insulin, secretion.
In two studies researchers found that eating five apples a week lowered the risk for respiratory disease like asthma.
And according to Chinese Medicine: Apples strengthen the heart, quench thirst, lubricate the lungs, decrease mucus and increase body fluids.
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