What Is Weight Loss About, Well How About Eating Foods Like These Delicious Apples

Are Apples Bad For You, Of Course They Are Not

In the post which follows I am going to answer the very common query, are apples bad for you? Well, this could be a very short post because the answer is a simple NO they are not bad for you.

On the contrary, apples are actually a very good source of many vitamins and minerals.

So, let us delve a little deeper into the benefits of eating them, shall we?

Apples are ate for millennia, mainly due to their health giving properties and also because of their delicious taste.

As far as references in text form they even go back to the beginning of the bible. We have most of us heard about Adam  and Eve right? How he picked an apple from the tree all of those many years ago.

Are Apples Bad For You,? No They Look Delicious Like This Single Green Apple On The Tree

Quite The Contrary, Apples Are Good For Us

One thing I will do here, though, is to get a negative point straight out of the way. Eating too many of these delicious fruits, and most other fruits too. Well, can cause the erosion of the protective layer of our outer teeth.

This is because fruit is acidic. Because of this, it damages the outer layer that shields our teeth from anything that may harm them.

Also, be careful not to eat too many fruits. As there is a significant chance that you will become the victim to tooth decay. This is due to fruits being high in natural sugar content as well.

Although it is less harming to you than the artificial sugar which is now present in most foods, it is still, nonetheless sugar.This, however, I feel is to be remedied by regular brushing of the teeth. Especially when you have just eaten one. I know that you may not always be in a position to do this, but it helps!

Jacinta Yeo who is a spokesperson for the British Dental Association said this. “People think that all fruit is fabulous for them. But they need to be aware that eating an apple has its downsides for their teeth*”

She then goes on to say – ‘Ideally, you should rinse your mouth with water. After eating fruit or drinking fruit juice. And then allow 45 minutes before brushing. So that your saliva has a chance to buffer the harmful effects.’

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Now We Have The Main Negative Let’s Look At The Positives

Still, it really is not all that bad a news for the apple. For a start eating an apple a day has its positives. It is much BETTER in terms of healthy than munching your way through a chocolate bar or some other unhealthy junk food snack.

As a matter of fact, Studies  by the scientists show that the apple is full of something called flavonoids.

As I have say in numerous other posts on this site. They are very good at fighting off bad things from our bodies and protecting us against certain forms of cancer.

Eating them on a regular basis can also help to limit the risk of getting Alzheimers in later life. They will contain something they call quercetin which is a very powerful antioxidant.

The flavonoids do this by protecting the brain cells from degenerating.So better functioning brain .

So better functioning brain cells, therefore, means a healthier older age. A massive positive in my book.

So, Are Apples Bad For You, No, Here Are More Good Things

People go and see their doctor over a variety of ailments. Not least cholesterol levels. As in some people they can go up to a dangerous level.

Well now, we have surely heard the saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”? Yes? Well, therefore, in this case, it is very true as apples may also help to lower cholesterol. So, are apples bad for you? It looks as if they are not, right?

It contains something which goes by the name of pectin. And, this pectin fights the buildup of cholesterol on the inside of  our artery walls.

This is also of great benefit to us as it really cuts down the chances of contracting heart disease. Yet another big plus point for eating apples.

We should know cereals contain fiber, right? Well, a single apple actually contains a whopping 5 grams of fiber. Which just so happens to be more than most of the cereals.

Therefore, this would stand to reason as the fiber is only present in foods which come from plants. Meat and so on does not contain any fiber whatsoever.

Also, there is strong evidence also suggests. That a diet which is rich in antioxidants and vitamins can help people who suffer from asthma.Two Gorgeous Red Apples Ready For Eating.

Calm Down

Phenolic acid and flavonoids which make up the phytochemicals in apples. They stop (calm down) the swelling in a person’s airways.

Studies have have come to a decision that eating an apple on a regular basis helps to prevent skin disease.

And, are apples bad for you? No. Another reason for this is they contain the minerals calcium, phosphorous and iron and the vitamins A and C. We need all of these to help our bodies to perform to the best of their ability!

Apples also provide a great source of potassium which also helps our heart health.

So when you ask me are apples bad for you I repeat, I say  NO they are not, really they are not. Aside that is, from the damage to our teeth. (Which as I say, we can stop this by regular brushing.)

Because, they are full of goodness that our body wants.

So, in other words, you get lots of vitamins and minerals. All nicely in an apple which also tastes fabulous. A true winner.

Once you have got your diet under control. All that you need to have is the other half of the equation. This way your weight loss attempt will be a success. I am of course referring to the exercise. Go to this link “Home gym fitness equipment” to see some hand-picked items which will rocket you to success with your weight loss mission.

Please leave any comments or questions below and I’ll reply within 24 hours.

Source* – The Daily Mail Online

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