Apples add a boost to your immune system
Apples contain "Quentin," an antioxidant found to help "boost and fortify your immune system."
Apples help to support weight control
Depending on the size, an apple contains between 50-80 calories and are packed with fiber. A member of the super food group, apples also contain a good dosage of vitamin C as well as other antioxidants.
Apples are linked to a healthy heart
Research has shown that apples help to prevent heart disease. A published study in the Journal of Functional Food found that middle-aged adults who ate one apple every day for four weeks succeeded in lowering levels of cholesterol by 40 percent.