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The skin of an apple contains no nutrients

Myth about Apple

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The skin of an apple contains no nutrients

The apple peel in fact, is known to have a higher concentration of antioxidants than the flesh! Unfortunately, nowadays the apples available in the market are polished with wax to make them look shiny and glossy. So rinse your apple properly before biting into that crunchy and fresh apple. Dr. Vreeman suggests staying away from apple cores. Seeds contain a chemical that breaks down to a form of cyanide and can be poisonous, she says. However, eating a core by accident wont affect your entire body You would need to eat many cores to do any real damage.myth about apple core.


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