An apple a day does WHAT?

January 7, 2012

Mom said 'An apple a day keeps the Dr. away'.  Many studies have proven this to be true.  Most recently, Researchers at Chinese University in Hong Kong have discovered that apple polyphenols, strong  antioxidants, lowered levels of proteins that are the markers of debility and death.  Women who eat apples can reduce their risk of heart disease by 22%.


In addition, there is some early evidence that eating more apples might lower the chance of developing lung cancer.


But what if:

You have problems with stomach acid or acid reflux?

You are diabetic?

You take Fexofenadine (Allegra)?

You are allergic to apricot and related plants in the Rosaceae family. Members of this family include apricot, almond, plum, peach, pear, and strawberry. If you have allergies, be sure to check with your healthcare provider before eating an apple. takes YOUR profile and will let you know how to improve your health based on your specific situation.


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