As we wrap up heart month, I want to share one more important resource for you.
Did you know that an apple a day really does keep the doctor away? Especially when it comes to heart health! Apples can help lower the risk of chronic diseases, including heart disease.
Here are five reasons why you should include apples in your diet:
Apples aid in weight loss. They’re low calorie and high in water and fiber, which help you feel full.
With a rich source of pectin, apples are great for digestion.
Apples have anti-aging qualities. The acids found within them protect the skin from damage.
Need to lower your cholesterol? Apples contain polyphenols, which help to lower LDL cholesterol.
With a combination of soluble fiber and polyphenols, apples keep your heart healthy by lowering cholesterol, inflammation, and blood pressure.
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