Apples have been a synonym of health for a long time. Many people say that an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
This fruit helps control certain diseases, such as diabetes, and improves digestion.
It is recommended for those who want to lose weight because it is rich in fiber and has few calories.
Besides that, apples contribute to the nutrient utilization by the body.
See some of the benefits of eating apples:
Rich in fiber
Apples are full of soluble fiber, and are recommended to reduce intestinal issues, including constipation, hemorrhoids, and even some types of cancer;
Detox the body
Apples help eliminate heavy metals from the body, such as lead and mercury;
Helps with diabetes
Because of its fructose, apples control insulin levels by slowly releasing sugar in the bloodstream;
The pectin of apples helps reduce cholesterol levels, decreasing insulin secretion;
Besides these 4 benefits, according to Chinese medicine, apples also help strengthen the heart, quench thirst, lubricate the lungs, reduce mucus, and increase body fluids.
According to researchers, eating 5 apples a week reduces the ocurrence of respiratory diseases such as asthma.
Amazing, isn't it? Do you want to learn how to do the apple cure?
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