Could eating an apple a day be at the core of good health? Researchers behind a new study had the same question—and you may be surprised at the results.
They set out to answer how big of a difference eating a daily apple could really make in the lives of everyday people. Their conclusion—thousands of lives could be saved, plus there would be fewer deaths from heart disease and stroke.
Without adding medication or a special diet, you may gain big results from a step as simple as adding an apple—or even other fruits or vegetables–to your daily routine.
Of course, this idea didn’t just fall from a tree. “An apple a day” has been a popular saying for years. Plus, research shows multiple benefits to eating them. Now, an apple a day has even more a-peel.
Here are some more of my blogs on this topic:
- Researchers: Apples help prevent heart attacks, strokes
- Blueberries, apples linked to reduced risk of diabetes
- FDA and ABC slam Dr. Oz; say apple juice is safe
- Fantastic Flavonoids
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