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    Apples Are An October Fruit

    Mon Oct 08, 2012 3:13 pm Groupie
    I have found 2 lists of October Fruit holidays, One of them on the October list is apples.

    Women who ate one cup of dried apples a day for a year lost weight, and their cholesterol level was lowered. The researchers believe that if an actual apple a day were eaten, the weight loss and cholesterol lowering would have been greater. An Iowa Women’s Health Study showed that among the 34,000 women they have been tracking for 20 years, those who ate apples had lower risk of death from cardiovascular problems and heart disease. Several other studies were done and both heart disease and strokes were lower in those who ate apples.

    One other thing about apples is you can have them in a salad, a main dish, a dessert and even more ways. I am going to post a few recipes here in each category.

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