Apple is a delicious fruit and is present in many houses. And you do know that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, don’t you?
Do you like apples? You can even make juice with apples at home, did you know it?
But not everybody knows the incredible flavor of a natural apple juice, let alone its benefits, right?
In today’s video, you will see 8 benefits of eating apples:
Good for the heart
People who eat apples have lower risks of developing cardiovascular issues. Did you know that?
Improves brain function
Apple increases the production of acetylcholine, the substance responsible for the communication between neurons.
Apple contains lots of fiber, which alleviates constipation.
Apples contain malic acid, which increases saliva production, reducing the proliferation of bacteria responsible for forming plaque that causes cavities.
Lowers the risk of diabetes
The polyphenols found in apples prevent damage to the beta cells of the pancreas, which are responsible for producing insulin.
Slows the aging process
Apples contain vitamins A, E, and C, which are antioxidants and help fight the free radicals formed by aging, pollution, and bad eating habits.
According to studies people who eat an apple a day have fewer chances of developing cancer.
Strengthens the immune system
Apples contain powerful nutrients that stimulate the immune system.
An easy way of getting these benefits is just eating the apple as a dessert or afternoon snack, add it to a fruit salad, or make a juice.
0:00 Health benefits of apples
0:36 Good for the heart
1:07 Improves brain function
1:25 Fights constipation
1:45 Prevents cavities
2:09 Lowers the risk of diabetes
2:37 Slows the aging process
2:54 Prevents cancer
3:17 Strengthens the immune system
3:32 How to consume apples
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