Why You Should Eat Apples With Peel
Apples are useful only if you eat them with skin, because it has the most useful substances that help to maintain muscle mass.
According to the doctors, in the skin of apples is ursul acid, which maintains the proper level of cholesterol and blood sugar. Such a conclusion was made by Dr. Adams, who studies hormones and their effects. Dr. Adams conducted an experiment on rodents.
Medic has tested more than 1,300 agents and found that ursul acid helps maintain muscle mass. He also conducted an experiment on rodents that were fed by the apple peel. The results showed that the content of cholesterol in their blood and sugar levels were less than in other mice.
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