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Apples are one of the healthiest foods you can eat - especially apples from New York State!

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All fructose is not equal! Combined with fiber, apples’ fructose shouldn’t contribute to weight gain. Click here to learn more.
Apples are considered a healthy source of carbohydrates because they are packed with fiber and other essential nutrients. They are good for the Diabetic and the Exerciser. Click here to learn more.
Apples, apple juice shown to prevent early atherosclerosis. New animal research finds apple phytonutrients to be heart-healthy! Click here to learn more.
An apple peel a day might keep cancer at bay, Cornell food science study finds! Click here to learn more.
Apple consumption during pregnancy reduces risk for childhood wheezing and asthma. Click here to learn more.
A recent Cornell University study shows that disease-fighting chemicals in apples could reduce the risk of breast cancer!
A recent study shows that the nutrients in apples may improve memory and learning. It's food for thought!
Are you ready to diet, but can't decide between South Beach or Atkins? New York State apples are a healthy choice for a nutrional low carb diet.
New research shows that eating a couple of apples a day may significantly cut your risk of heart disease.
The New York Apple Association has engaged registered dietitian Linda Quinn to be the association’s spokeswoman to promote the health benefits of New York apples.
A recent study by researchers at Cornell University states that the combination of phytochemicals in apples plays a very important role in antioxidant and anti-cancer activity.
An apple packs more cancer fighting antioxidant capability than a 1,500 milligram megadose of vitamin C.
Antioxidant phytonutrients found in apples also fight the damaging effects of "bad" LDL cholesterol to keep your heart healthy.
Daily apple eaters breathe more easily due to stronger lung functioning.
Apples contain boron, an essential trace element that helps harden the bones. Strong bones help prevent osteoporosis in women and men.
Apples are loaded with pectin, a soluble fiber that aids in digestion and may help reduce cancer and heart disease. One apple provides as much dietary fiber as a bowl of bran cereal.
Apples are considered a healthy source of carbohydrates because they are packed with fiber and other essential nutrients. They are good for the Diabetic and the Exerciser. Click here to learn more.
Apples contain no fat, no sodium, no cholesterol, and taste great!
Researchers in England report a benefit from eating apples and a reduced risk of developing asthma.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have shown a benefit from eating apples in the prevention and treatment of prostate cancer.
Researchers in the Netherlands have shown that eating apples reduces the risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in smokers.
A New York State apple a day can help keep the doctor away.
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