Apple Polyphenol Benefits And Effects

Apple polyphenols consist of very beneficial natural chemicals. Some of these natural chemicals include:

Quercetin: A flavonol found in some fruits that has anti-cancer properties and protects the health of cell of cell structures. Quercetin has anti-inflammatory properties and protects the cardiovascular system.

Procyanidin B-2: Has been shown to stimulate the hair re-growth cycle. Both regrowing lost hair and improving current hair health. Also shows anti-inflammatory properties.

The other wide range of polyphenols and antioxidants contained in apple polyphenol supplements protect cells, fight disease and improve overall health functions of the body.

Apple polyphenols work for us… much like they work for apples. The individual properties that protect the skin of the apple and uphold the internal health of the apple (keeping the apple nice and fresh) can do the same for us as well.

Apple polyphenols have very positive effects on our digestive health. Multiple studies show that the materials it contains help fight disease naturally and help reverse some damage. (Supplements of apple polyphenols also contain natural fiber).

Logical, healthy life habits and supplementing with apple polyphenols will provide many benefits.

For example… taking apple polyphenols and then continuing to smoke is counter productive. Anyone doing this will most likely not receive any benefits. This would obviously apply to eating very unhealthy foods and not taking care of oneself. Taking any beneficial natural substance will not make up for unhealthy choices. (Its like going for a 5 mile run… then eating an entire box of donuts, its simply counter productive).

On the other hand… exercise, eating healthy and taking care of our bodies… plus the beneficial effects of supplements like apple polyphenols will will give us the extra health boost that we’re looking for. Its a rather simple concept to most of us but its surprising to see how many people don’t actually understand natural health.

If your into natural health and supplements, leave a comment below with some natural health tips or… tell us your favorite thing about apple polyphenols.

Written by: Jacob  Jacobson

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