An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away. Why?
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Three apples a day keeps you away from the doctor. This is why:
Apples have a large amount of antioxidants which aid in the prevention of all cancers. They are low glycemic (don’t raise blood sugar), so they are the best kind of sweet to eat and you do not have to worry about raising your blood sugar. They have good fiber to absorb and reduce cholesterol, as well as improving elimination, and they have pectin to absorb toxins from the blood.
Reducing your calorie intake and losing weight!
Hunger is stimulated by a lowering of blood sugar level, triggering a necessity to eat. The greater the hunger, the more food a person tends to eat. Eating an apple, one hour before each major meal of the day, reduces the hunger and naturally reducing the amount of food a person will eat. This makes it easier to reduce your overall calories causing the body to take the fat from the skin and use that as for energy.
Eating six times a day will reduce the low blood sugar between meals, so eat three meals a day plus three apples. You can choose to eat the apples as a snack in between or just before the meals. Whatever is best for you.
Reducing risk of cancer, heart disease, stroke and more!
Recent studies have shown that a diet rich in apples and other vegetables reduces the risk of getting cancer (lung, breast, colon, stomach and others) and also lowers the risk for heart disease, stroke, and even Alzheimer’s disease.
The best time to eat your apple is one hour before each of your major meals of the day – breakfast, lunch and dinner. This can lower your cholesterol, reduce your hunger, clean your colon and give you more energy!
Not only do apples reduce your risk of many diseases, they also slow down the aging process and extend your life. So, apples add years to your life and life to your years.
The Magic Pill:
If there was ever a magic pill, an apple would be it!