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Health Benefits of Apple

Apple Fruits
There is a saying: "An apple a day keeps the doctor away". Of course it could be a true statement. It can be realized  when we look over the nutrient contents of an apple fruit. It is the most delicious fruit and cultivated in many countries of the world.
We can see apples in different colors like green, yellow and thick red. This fruit is suitable for all age groups and patients who have digestion problem.

Unlike other odorous and sour fruits, this is safe to people having hyper-sensitivity to fruits. Eating fruits like pineapple, grapes and bananas is often associated with allergies and cold. But, in case of apple, only a few people may get allergy when eating them.

Health Benefits of Apple

Apple contains good amount of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, carbohydrates, protein, fat and fiber. It is enriched with vitamins like A, C, E and K, and minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and zinc. Crypto-xanthis, lutein, zeaxanthin, carotene are some phyto-nutrients of this fruit. The presence of amino-acid like malic acid is beneficial for good health of liver, intestine and nervous system. Phosphorous content of apple helps keeping inner organ clean. Quercetin found in the skin of the apple is known to be effective for curing heart diseases, allergies, diabetes and all types of cancer. Antioxidants in it can prevent cardiovascular problems and diseases caused by free radical damage. Asthma patients can get relief by eating apple. Eating apple is also effective in the treatment of Alzheimer. One can avoid Parkinson's with regular eating of apple. Parkinson's is a serious movement disorder disease which occurs due to the death of important brain cells. Teeth health can also be maintained since it has good levels of antioxidants and vitamin C. Good dietary fiber content avoid indigestion and constipation. Apart from all these health benefits, regular eating of apple ensures good health of eyes and can prevent many  eye diseases.  
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