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You will get whiter, healthier teeth
An apple won’t replace your toothbrush, but biting and chewing an apple stimulates the production of saliva, reducing tooth decay and lowering the levels of bacteria.
Packing in quite a bit of soluble fiber for a modest amount of calories makes apples a filling, sweet snack. Plus, a medium apple counts as 1 cup of fruit, so after eating one you're half way to meeting your daily fruit intake. They also are a good source of vitamin C which is great for boosting your immune system.
Decreases your risk of diabetes
Women who eat an apple a day are 28% less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who don’t. Apples are loaded with soluble fibre which is key to reducing blood sugar swings.
Get a healthier heart
Studies have linked high soluble fibre intake with a slow build-up of cholesterol-rich plaque in your arteries. The phenolic compound found in apple skins prevents the cholesterol that gets into your system from hardening on your artery walls. When plaque builds up inside your arteries, it reduces blood flow to your heart, which then leads to coronary artery disease.
Help protect against cancer
Researchers have identified several compounds (triterpenoids) in apple peel that have powerful anti-growth activities against cancer cells in our liver, colon and breast.