5 Benefits Of

5 Benefits of Apples

A well-known proverb says: “An apple a day keeps the doctor away!”, which is actually true because apples are packed with a store house of vitamins and nutrients, which can enhance your immune system and ward off diseases. Even if it is eaten raw or prepared as a Refreshing Smoothie, the classical apple can have a lot of benefits for your health.

5 benefits of apples

1. Anti-cancer

An apple a day or two has potent anti-cancer abilities. Apple peels are very nutritious as there may be cancer-blocking compounds within them. Research shows that the major compounds found in red delicious apple peels battle further growth of cancerous cells in lung, colon cancer and breast cancer. So next time you want to toss those peels in the garbage, think of the nutritious value in them.

2. Boosts Immunity

Apples are one of the foods that boost immunity because they contain a significant amount of anti-oxidants and vitamins (like Vitamin C). The soluble fiber in apples also helps boost immunity because it has anti-inflammatory properties.

3. Weight Loss

Apples satisfy hunger for few calories so it’s not surprising that they can be part of a healthy diet that promotes weight loss.

4. Eases Digestion

The fiber in apples may also relieve irritable bowel syndrome in some people. The common symptoms of Irritable Bowel syndrome are diarrhea, bloating and constipation. These can be thwarted by eating foods rich in fiber. Apples are rich in dietary fiber, and this fiber helps in preventing constipation by softening stool.

5. Exercise Extender

Eating an apple before you work out may boost your exercise endurance. Apples deliver an antioxidant called quercetin, which aids endurance by making oxygen more available to the lungs.

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