What are Apple Polyphenals?
Posted on September 18 2017
Apple polyphenols are a completely safe natural product which can be used by anyone, no matter what the age.
Apple polyphenols help to support body tissue towards healing and keeping tissue healthy and energized. They have high antioxidant characteristics that can support the body from free radical damage. If our body doesn't have enough protection, it can be harmed and as a result possibly develop more serious problems.
Apple Polyphenols and cancer
According to many studies, apple polyphenols can be used as a chemo-protective product quite effectively. They have often being used for support with colorectal and cystic cancer. Polyphenols can activate suppressor body genes to help fight against sick cells in the body. Some reviews show a positive correlation between Apple Polyphenols and the reduced risk of cancer. *
Apple Polyphenols and muscle tone
A study conducted on rats, showed that after 8 weeks using apple polyphenols there were signs of muscle improvement. Apple polyphenols also minimized inflammation in the liver after just 12 weeks. *
Apple Polyphenols and diabetes
In a study conducted on rats, Apple Polyphenols increased the sensitivity of insulin, which has shown to be one of the main benefits for diabetes patients. *
One of the most well-known properties of polyphenols in relation to carbohydrate metabolism is the inhibition of α-glycosidase and α-amylase, the key enzymes responsible for digestion of dietary carbohydrates into glucose. *
Apple polyphenols slow down digestion of carbohydrates and reduce glucose absorption, to stimulate the pancreas to produce more insulin. *
Apple Polyphenols and hair loss
Studies in Japan have used apple polyphenols to maintain and regrow hair, without all the nasty side effects of pharmaceutical based products.
Apple Polyphenols and skin health
Apple Polyphenols can help to protect our skin in same way they help to protect an apple's skin. Polyphenols can contribute to more healthy skin and help keep the skin from forming acne. *
Polyphenols have the power to protect the skin from UV radiation, eliminating potential damage caused by the sun and keeping your skin complexion smooth.
Apple Polyphenols and Digestive Health
Apple polyphenols are very useful in providing energy to the body and improving the digestive system. Our body is able to reject harmful substances from the body when the body is properly energized. *
Apple Polyphenols and Allergies
Apple polyphenols are able to block the release of histamine. Histamine is one of the main reasons of inflammation. When it’s blocked, the chances of allergies are significantly reduced. Polyphenols can minimize allergic reactions such as a-topic dermatitis and allergic rhinitis. *
Apple Polyphenols and Heart Disease
Apple polyphenols can help support the reduction of cholesterol, which in turn helps make for a healthy digestive system.
Digestive health and good metabolism are very important to fight and protect the body against heart problems. *
Apple Polyphenols and antioxidant activity
Apple polyphenols can reduce free radicals from the body. Free radicals have been linked to many types of diseased cells and cell damage. Antioxidant activity can help repair cells and even kill cancer cells. *
Apple Polyphenols and Cholesterol
Polyphenols can lower your blood cholesterol and prevent triglycerides from being absorbed. *
Apple Polyphenols and Gut Health
A New Zealand study on Apple Polyphenols found that they are very useful for the human gut. There is a theory which states that all diseases start in the gut. If we take care of the gut, maybe we can minimize potential diseases in the future? Polyphenols can modulate gut bacteria and potentially decrease the markers of inflammation. *
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