Are Apples good for you?

    Very. Apples are loaded full of important antioxidants and are a great source of fiber. Apples have been the symbol of good health for centuries, and should be part of any balanced diet.


    Improves Digestion

    Known to help reduce inflammation in the gut and improve digestion.

    Vitamin C

    Boosts Immune System

    Helps protect cells, prevent illness and fight off infection.


    Protects Cells

    Helps stabilise free radicals, protecting cells from potentially dangerous mutations.


    Nutritional value in one Apple...
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    Absent Nutrients: Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Fatty acids, Cholesterol, Caffeine

    Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) % shown for adult females, as published by the NHS (UK).

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    Eating too many apples can actually cause death! Well, if you eat the seeds. Apple seeds contain small amounts of cyanide which is a powerful poison, and should be carefully avoided. Apples also contain sorbitol, a natural laxative.