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I am not going to start with the Welsh proverb of An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor Away because we all know that apples are exceptionally healthy but apart from just following this statement blindly, it's better to know that what makes this fruit so special.
Apple being a miracle fruit, it is extremely rich in important antioxidants, dietary fiber, and flavonoids. The potential phytonutrients present in the fruit can help with various health benefits.
Apples have a lot of water as well as fiber; the two qualities that make them filling. Moreover, some natural compounds present in them may promote weight loss.
One reason for apples to have been linked with a Lower Risk
of heart disease is that they contain soluble fiber and this can help to lower your cholesterol levels. Also, they contain polyphenols having antioxidant effects, which in turn lowers your blood pressure.
There's a possibility that the polyphenols present in apples prevent tissue damage to beta cells in the pancreas, which create insulin in the body and are prone to damaging with the type 2 diabetes.
Apples contain some naturally occurring compounds which may help fight cancer. Studies have revealed a link between apples and lower risk of cancer.
Apples contain anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds which may help in regulating immune responses and protecting against asthma.