Health Benefits of Apples

Health Benefits of Apples

Did you know that eating 1-3 apples a day (preferably organic) can help to greatly improve your health?

Apples health benefits are abundant! They are one of the top foods that are loaded with immune boosting and disease preventing properties.

While it may seem like a boring fruit to some, don’t underestimate the power of an apple. Apples have powerful anti-inflammatory properties, thus being a perfect pick when you are faced with any illness. They play a critical role in reducing viral and bacterial load, which ultimately calms the inflammation in the body. If you suffer from an auto immune disorder, try bring apples into your life daily.

Apples are highly alkaline and will help quench thirst on a cellular level. They also have the ability to aid in detoxification of the body. They contain phytochemicals responsible for removing toxic heavy metals and radiation from the body, as well as removing MSG from the brain.

It is said that eating two or more apples a day can help to prevent certain cancers, like breast, colon, liver, prostate and lung cancer and can decrease your risk of stroke.

Lastly, if you suffer from any digestive disorder, apples could be key in helping to heal your gut. Apples, contain pectin which is an ultimate colon cleanser. When the pectin moves through your gut, it binds onto yeast, bacteria, mold, and viruses and rids them from your body.

While I could go on and on about the health benefits of this simple, yet remarkable fruit, remember the age old saying of “An Apple A Day Keeps the Doctor Away” and know that it has so much truth behind it.

Info from medicalmedium.comMedical Medium

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