Apples are considered nutrient-dense fruits, meaning they provide a lot of nutrients per serving.
An increasing feeling of fullness works as a weight-loss strategy, as it helps manage your appetite. This, in turn, might lead you to reduce your energy intake
One reason may be that they contain soluble fiber. This kind of fiber can help lower your blood cholesterol levels.
Apples and pears reduce type 2 diabetes risk by 18%, according to research. One serving every week may cut risk by 3%.
Apples contain pectin, a type of fiber that acts as a prebiotic. This means it feeds your gut microbiota, which is the good bacteria in your gut.
Antioxidants in apples may offer beneficial effects against certain types of cancers, including lung, breast, and digestive tract cancers
An excess of harmful molecules called free radicals can cause oxidative damage. This may lead to inflammatory and allergenic responses in your body
Quercetin's antioxidant activities may protect the brain and nerves from oxidative damage and prevent injuries that may lead to Alzheimer's disease or dementia.