We all know the famous phrase “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.”

Well, there is some truth to that.

Apple’s are high in Fiber, Vitamin C, Malic and Tantaric Acids, Phytonutrients, Antioxidants, and More!

+ Aid in removal of heavy metals from the body
+ Alkalizing
+ Hydrating on a cellular level
+ Detoxifying to the organs, ESPECIALLY the Liver
+ Removes worms and parasites
+ “Sweeps” the digestive tract of impurities and prevents putrefication from excess protein
+ Relieves constipation
+ Limits fat build up and absorption by adipose cells
+ Protects against autoimmune disorders and a variety of diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Simply eating an apple or two a day isn’t a sure-fire cureall, but adding them into a daily routine is an easy way to add valuable nutrients and fiber into the diet.

I personally eat 2 a day and have noticed a significant difference in how light I feel throughout the day. I have even noticed my skin remaining clearer and getting brighter (maybe from the Vitamin C?)

There are numerous ways to add apples into the diet. Eating them whole (raw or baked), chopping them up in cereal or oatmeal, or enjoying them sliced with some nut or seed butter.

No matter how you cut it (pun intended), apples are a worthy addition to any diet.

Published by Life Alchemist

Certified Holistic Health Coach & Herbalist. Energy Healer. Life Alchemist. I specialize in women's health, emotional healing, the power of positive thinking, and living for a higher purpose. I help people heal their BODY, MIND, and EMOTIONS through whole-food diets and safe, effective healing techniques offered through One-on-One Coaching and Programs.

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