How Apple A Day Keeps Doctor Away?
Preventive Care Today|September, 2017

Apples are the most common fruit available year around. Apples and bananas are the fruits most consumed, grown in all states and recommended by all health professionals.

Shaiva Pandya

Apples are extremely rich in important anti oxidants, flavonoids and dietary fibers. The properties of apple combines anti oxidants and phytonutrients, which may help reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes and heart diseases.

Other health benefits of apple include: 

Improvement in neurological health. Prevention of dementia. Reduction in the risk of stroke and diabetes. Consuming apples also avoids Alzheimer’s, protect against Parkinson, beat diarrhea and constipation, detoxify your lever and boost your immune system.

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