Skin Deep Beauty of Apples

Apples really can keep the doctor away. This SuperFood is loaded with nutrients that can fight diseases. In a host of studies, regular consumption of apples is linked to a significant reduction in the risk of developing type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, asthma, and some cancers.

What makes this fruit unique is that it contains special phytonutrients like phloridzin and phloretin xyloglucoside, which give apples their unique and potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities. But there’s a catch to these apple nutrition facts: The vast majority of the benefits are in the skin.

Apples, like many fruits and vegetables, have skin that’s loaded with nutrients. For instance, the peel has six times the antioxidant power of the apple meat! So, throw out that apple peeler and keep the best part of the fruit.

The same goes for tomatoes, cranberries, grapes, and blueberries. Even the brownish skin on nuts, like peanuts and almonds, contains a trove of nutrition.

The beauty of apples, and many other fruits and vegetables, is truly skin deep.


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