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Apple Polyphenol Uses for 2014

Published on March 28, 2014 By Admin

What are apple polyphenols?  Polyphenols can be found in apples. They come in two different types: flavonoids and non-flavonoids. They work as metabolites. Polyphenols can be found throughout apples. The old adage, “An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away,” is true. If you eat an apple with the skin, you will get loads of […]

Apple Poly and Your Hair Growth Opportunity

Published on August 23, 2011 By Admin

Did you know that an apple’s skin has hair growth potential? An apple’s skin has a compound called Procyanidin B-2. It has been found that this compound acts as a natural hair-growing factor. In a double-blinded clinical study of 29 subjects, nineteen men in the group were given Procyanidin B-2 and 10 men in the group were given the placebo. The researchers measured the hair-growing effects by using macrophotography technique combined with measurements of the hair diameter of clipped hairs. After six months there was significantly greater hair growth in the Procyanidin B-2 group than the placebo group subjects.

Arctic Apple? – The Removal Of Apple Polyphenols

Published on January 17, 2011 By Admin

If anyone has been watching or reading real news lately (not mainstream media), you would have noticed that a company in Okanagen British Columbia called Okanagen Specialty Fruits Inc. has developed (genetically engineered) a new breed of apple known as the arctic apple. It was very clever to name it the “arctic apple” associating the […]