+ A, B1, B2, B6, C | lowers cholesterol 13% | promotes thin bile | best food for chronic toxicity
How to Use
raw | steam with cloves | juice | bake
Apples have one of the highest levels of antioxidants available. Apples, especially the red variety, promote digestion. They are a great source of vitamin A for your eyes, and also B1, B2, and B6. Anytime you eat food with vitamin B(s) you are helping your entire body function, including your digestive system. Like most fruits, apples are a source of vitamin C and folic acid, which is a commonly deficient in someone who has poor digestion. Did you know that you can lower your cholesterol up to 13% by eating half a red apple per day? Apples are one of the best foods for promoting thin bile; they are critical for optimal fat metabolism. I personally eat my apples raw during the day. I cut one half of an apple into smaller bites–which are also in my SWAP (Start With A Protein) bag, to be snacked on throughout the day.