The properties and benefits of apples


Fruits are very important for health, apples are responsible for the long list of health benefits, they are rich in energy and water that help you feel full, are free of fat, sodium and cholesterol, have antioxidants, high content of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, nutrients such as potassium, copper, manganese and magnesium. Apples are very good sources of phytonutrients and flavonoids such as quercetin, epicatechin, floridzine and other polyphenolic compounds.

Apples are useful in the treatment of anemia, since they are a rich source of iron. By increasing the amount of red blood cells in the body, apples not only prevent anemia, but also provide good oxygenation to vital organ systems. This leads to better circulation and function of organ systems.

Apples rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and proteins can play an important role in preventing weakness, strengthening immunity and improving muscle tone. If you want to gain weight, apples should be part of your daily diet. They also help detoxify the body and improve overall health.

Apples, which are rich in fiber, that help with digestion. Regular consumption of apples ensures a smooth bowel movement and prevents constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome and other stomach problems. Dietary fiber also stimulates the release of digestive and stomach juices to ensure efficient absorption of nutrients while eliminating excess cholesterol from the veins and arteries to ensure good heart health and reduce the likelihood of atherosclerosis.

Regular consumption of apples reduces the risk of thrombotic strokes in both men and women. Apples help reduce the risk of heart attack and other heart disease. The antioxidant property of apples reduces the oxidation of fats, called lipid peroxidation. It also neutralizes several fats in the blood vessels that can exert dangerous pressure. Flavonoid quercetin reduces inflammation in our blood vessels. Polyphenolepicatechin also lowers blood pressure in the body.

Apples increase the amount of acetylcholine in the brain, which is associated with improved concentration, problem solving and memory.

Apples contain pectin, a type of fiber that acts as a probiotic, helping to improve the functioning of the bacteria that live in our large intestine. Therefore, apples stimulate the metabolism in the digestive tract and promote good bacteria in the intestine.

Blood sugar control is essential for people suffering from diabetes and the polyphenols in apples have been directly related to the reduction in carbohydrate absorption by the body. This, in turn, reduces fluctuations in blood sugar levels that occur in the bloodstream, an important factor in keeping diabetes at bay. Polyphenols also reduce the absorption of glucose in our digestive tract and stimulate the release of insulin from our pancreas, which is also necessary to keep blood sugar levels at bay. Finally, polyphenols stimulate insulin receptors in the cells of our body, which accelerates the elimination of sugar from our bloodstream and takes it to our cells for metabolism and proper organ function.

Eating apples helps clean teeth and gums. When you eat apples, the fiber in them cleanses your teeth, while the antibacterial properties of that fruit prevent bacteria and viruses from infecting the body. Apples also stimulate the secretion of saliva, which reduces the ability of bacteria to multiply and grow in the mouth.

The antioxidant effect of all phytonutrients in apples certainly helps reduce Alzheimer's disease, since the brain degeneration that leads to Alzheimer's is associated with the activity of free radicals.

Quercetin, a flavonoid contained in apple peel, helps reduce inflammation and strengthen the immune system. The anti-inflammatory effect of apples is ideal for the natural treatment for asthma.

Apples help prevent diseases such as macular degeneration, cataracts and glaucoma. They also strengthen the eyes and improve vision and help in the treatment of night blindness. Apples are rich in flavonoids and antioxidant phytonutrients that reduce the effect of free radicals in the eyes and prevent various problems.

The water and fiber in apples make us feel and increase satiety, which reduces appetite and overeating. Apples actually speed up the metabolism, so the extra calories that are ingested after eating an apple are not recorded in our body. That is, they burn faster or are not absorbed by the body.

The strong antioxidants in apples counteract the harmful effects of free radicals directly related to premature aging, wrinkles, age spots and other age-related diseases.

Apples also increase blood circulation, making the skin look young and firm. They stimulate the replacement of old cells, the repair of the injured and the prevention of acne. Apple and honey or apple and milk pastes increase the brightness and luminosity of the skin when applied topically.

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20.10.2019 22:21

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21.10.2019 00:19