British scientists have determined that the most useful fruit

British scientists have determined that the most useful fruit is an apple

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05 Feb­ru­ary 2017, 11:55

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British sci­en­tists con­duct­ed large-scale stud­ies and found out that the most use­ful fruit is an apple. Thus, the well-known Eng­lish proverb An apple a day keeps the doc­tor away (Eat an apple a day and you won’t need a doc­tor) has received sci­en­tif­ic con­fir­ma­tion.

What are these juicy fra­grant fruits use­ful for?

  • The apple con­tains vit­a­min C, which strength­ens the immune sys­tem, and many antiox­i­dants that pro­tect against car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease.
  • Eat apples if you want to keep your fig­ure in order, because one apple con­tains only 70–100 calo­ries. Want a piece of choco­late or can­dy? It is bet­ter to eat an apple — it suc­cess­ful­ly replaces sweets and sat­is­fies the body’s needs for sug­ar.
  • Apples nor­mal­ize the lev­el of cho­les­terol in the blood: they reduce the amount of “bad” cho­les­terol and at the same time increase the amount of “good”.
  • Apples are also use­ful for the oral cav­i­ty. Apple juice pre­vents cav­i­ties and neu­tral­izes harm­ful bac­te­ria that destroy tooth enam­el, while fiber cleans teeth.
  • Eat­ing 5 apples a day will reduce the risk of res­pi­ra­to­ry dis­eases, includ­ing such a ter­ri­ble dis­ease as asth­ma.
  • The fiber con­tained in large quan­ti­ties in this fruit helps diges­tion: it pre­vents con­sti­pa­tion and dis­or­ders. And apple fibers effec­tive­ly remove harm­ful sub­stances from the body.

There are so many dif­fer­ent vari­eties of apples that every­one will find a fruit to their lik­ing. In addi­tion, ear­ly apple vari­eties ripen already in June, and late ones can be stored until May itself, so you can have fresh and healthy fruits on your table all year round.

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