- 1 apple
- 2 benefits of apples
- 3 nutritional value of apples
- 4 References
It is worth mentioning that the origin of the apple back to Central Asia, the fruit grows on apple trees (scientific name: Malus domestica), as it is one of the fruits most consumed in the world, and is characterized by Btamh delicious when eaten fresh, or add it to the various recipes, as can be used to make juice as well, and although it is not a fruit rich in vitamins and minerals in particular, but it is a rich source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, and flavonoids that help reduce the risk of many diseases.  
Apple provides many health benefits to the human body, and the mention of these benefits:  
- Reduce the risk of heart: where he was associated with disease eating apples lower risk of heart disease, because it contains soluble fiber, one of the studies that have been made on a rodent species have shown, it can Apple to reduce cholesterol levels total in the blood, in addition to reduce the accumulation of plaque in the arteries, and in another study found that eating more than 54 grams of apples per day has reduced the risk of dying from heart disease by 43% in women, and 19% in men.
- Reduce the risk of cancer: Many laboratory studies have shown that apple juice, and some plant compounds which may possess anti-cancer effects, has indicated one of the studies conducted on humans that people who consume a single grain of apples a day were less likely to develop cancer colon and rectum by 20%, breast cancer by 18%, as indicated some studies on animals that apples contain chemical compounds plant can reduce the risk of lung cancer and colon.
- Reduce the risk of developing diabetes type II: where indicated several studies that eating one apple a day is linked to lower risk of developing type II diabetes by 28% compared to not eating, it may be due to the presence of fiber that helps reduce blood sugar levels . Polyphenols also help in the apple to prevent damage that can infect the beta cells in the pancreas responsible for producing insulin in the body, which is often exposed to damage when people with type II diabetes.
- Promote beneficial bacteria in the intestines: where apple has a type of fiber called pectin (in English: Pectin), which feeds the beneficial bacteria in the intestines; This occurs because the small intestine does not absorb the fiber during digestion, Vtkml their way to the colon, and promote the growth of beneficial bacteria, and these fibers turn in the colon into useful compounds for the health of the body.
- Help weight loss: as the apple contains a high amount of fiber, and the amount of low energy, as found in one study, which included 50 women suffering from overweight women who Odven apples to food Hamithn for 10 weeks who lost one kilogram of their weight almost , also it found that their consumption of calories in general has become less.
- Promote bone health: eating fruit was associated with increased bone density, as Seaathon believe that the antioxidant compounds and inflammation in the fruit helps to promote bone density and strength. Specifically, the apple fruit may have a positive effect on the bones. In one study, which included a group of women who ate meals included fresh apples, peeled, or different products, showing that they had lost the least amount of calcium in their bodies, compared to women who did not eat any of the apple products.
- Improve neurological health, and reduce the risk of dementia: A study published in Biology and Experimental Medicine (in English: Experimental Biology and Medicine) in 2006 found that one antioxidant found in large quantities in apples, called Alkirsatin (in English: Quercetin) has helped reduce the death resulting from oxidation of cells and inflammation of neurons, as pointed out another study published in the Journal of Alzheimer's disease that apple juice consumption may increase the primary neurotransmitter production acetylcholine (in English: Acetylcholine), resulting in improved memory in mice that have symptoms similar to Alzheimer's . 
- Reduce the risk of asthma: A recent study showed that the children of women who ate apples regularly during pregnancy were less likely to have asthma and whistling chest at the age of five, compared to children whose mothers rarely dealt with apples during pregnancy. 
The nutritional value of apples
The following table shows the nutrients available in 100 grams of fresh apples and peeled: 
- ^ أ ب Joseph Nordqvist (11-4-2017), "Apples: Health benefits, facts, research"، www.medicalnewstoday, Retrieved 30-9-2018. Edited.
- ^ أ ب Atli Arnarson (11-10-2014), "Apples 101: Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 30-9-2018. Edited.
- ↑ Kerri-Ann Jennings (3-8-2016), "10 Impressive Health Benefits of Apples"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 30-9-2018. Edited.
- ↑ Jennifer Warner (19-9-2007), "Apples May Keep Asthma Away"، www.webmd.com, Retrieved 2-10-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Basic Report: 09003, Apples, raw, with skin (Includes foods for USDA's Food Distribution Program)", www.ndb.nal.usda.gov, Retrieved 30-9-2018. Edited.
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