You know the old adage, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Here’s recent evidence that it’s time to up the apple ante to two.
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As we grow older, we all have moments of forgetfulness, wondering why we came into a room or where we left our keys. We can only hope that these random bouts are just a fluke, but if you’d like to take a preventative approach to Alzheimer’s disease (AD), one study suggests apple juice.
From the scent of a freshly-cut tree to a just-out-of-the-oven baked apple pie redolent of cinnamon, certain aromas evoke the holidays. Apples, in fact, have a unique affinity for all kinds of spices and herbs, and those tasty seasonings just might be beneficial to your health.
Regardless of whether getting in Spring-Break shape is on your “to do” list, March is a great time to revisit health and fitness goals for 2011, and stock the fridge with fresh foods, like nutrient-packed apples and apple products—like 100% apple juice, cider or apple sauce!
According to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, released yesterday, the plate is half full – of fruits and vegetables!
It’s the New Year. You’ve probably over-indulged over the previous few months and perhaps are one of many who is resolving to be healthier in the weeks and months ahead. As a registered dietitian who loves food I also occasionally overindulge and use January as a time to re-assess my own health and nutrition habits.