I created this today using my good ol’ apple and pear friends to remind everyone that
weight ≠ health.
I LOVE THIS AW :)
It’s all about balance!
(Source: , via sleekandsexy)
but DEFINITELY make sure that it’s not poisoned…
More reasons to eat apples! =)
As a dietary fiber, apple pectin is helpful in maintaining good digestive health. Fruits rich in apple pectin include the peach, apple, currant, and plum. Protopectin, present in unripe fruits, is converted to pectin as the fruit ripens.
An indigestible, soluble fiber, apple pectin is a general intestinal regulator that is used in many medicinal preparations, especially as an anti-diarrhea agent. Our ancestors believed the old proverb an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Today, nutritional scientists research for evidences that verify how apples are good for our health. Apples are rich in pectin, a soluble fiber, which supports healthy cholesterol levels.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis, found that apple pectin also acts as an antioxidant against the damaging portion of cholesterol in the blood stream.