An Apple a Day

Everybody knows the importance of fruit as a part of a well-balanced diet, but most people do not know just how good fruit is for health physical and mental health. Studies show that increases in the consumption of fruit (and veggies) are linked to increases in mental well-being and life satisfaction. Eating the suggested amount of fruit daily improves the ability for the body to lose weight and heightens brain functions. In addition, a diet rich in fruit reduces the risk of stroke, certain cancers and cardiovascular diseases, and type-2 diabetes. 

 

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