Apples may help you lose weight when combined with a balanced diet and exercise. Apples are strong in dietary fibre and water content, keeping you full for a long time.
Several studies have shown that apples may help people with Type-2 Diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels. According to one research, eating 2-6 apples per week reduced.
Soluble dietary fibre in apples (about 17% per 100gms serving) helps with gastrointestinal issues including constipation, haemorrhoids from hard stools and gall stones.
Apples may lessen the incidence of cardiovascular disease and related issues, according to research. Apples include Pectin, a soluble fibre with cholesterol-lowering effects.
Several studies have shown that apples may help prevent certain malignancies in people. Apples contain phenolic chemicals that minimise oxidative stress on cells,
Asthma is caused by oxidative stress in the lungs, which are always exposed to oxygen. Apple juice's antioxidant components may help lessen the risk of asthma.
A study shows that eating a flavonoid-rich fruit like apple may improve bone quality and prevent bone loss and inflammation caused due to various bone-related diseases
Biting into a crunchy apple may help in tooth whitening along with the prevention of many dental problems. According to a 2018 study.
Studies show that apples contain high amounts of a flavonoid called Quercetin which has shown positive effects in minimizing the risk of age-related cataracts
A Korean study states that apple flesh and peels contain ethanol which has an anti-wrinkle and whitening effect on the skin. Additionally, the high amounts of antioxidants