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An Apple A Day

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Self Care Tidbits | 0 comments

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The phrase, “An apple day keeps the doctor away” is no old wives tale. It’s an ancient wisdom that has been with us for millennia.

Apples were Egypt’s meal in the Opening of the M ceremony, the OM.

The, “Queen of all Foods,” pe’le’el – to eat of Gaea herself.


  • Block diarrhea
  • Cushion joints
  • Keep doctors away
  • Improve lung capacity
  • No need for “health” insurance
  • No need for pharmaceutical drug lords
  • Prevent constipation
  • Protect your heart
  • Slow the aging process

The easiest way to add a dose of nutrition to your day is by crunching on a tasty apple. The first experience you had with an apple was probably as a baby when it’s delightful flavor was introduced to you as applesauce. Now, whether it is a Granny Smith, a MacIntosh, a Tolman or a Red Delicious, you think of apples as old friends.

Apples are grown throughout the world and are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and 12,000 other phytolitic health guardians. They are fat free, cholesterol free and supplement free. Apples were called, “Gods healing angels,” by the ancient, diet-conscious Essenes. So, do your smart part of a healthy lifestyle by eating apples.

You won’t worry about staying regular anymore. Apples can help whether your problem is visiting the bathroom too often or not often enough.

Preventing constipation, many believe, is one of the easiest ways to prevent all sorts of illnesses. The diseases caused by chronic constipation are called, “Pressure diseases.” Appendicitis, diverticular diseases, hemorrhoids, hiatal hernias and even varicose veins can all be caused by straining to pass small hard stools. “These are what I call deer turds or rabbit pellets.”

The most important nutrient in keeping your bowels working like a well-oiled machine is fiber and just one apple with its skin contains lots of it.

No more stroke or heart disease. Sometimes it is hard to remember which food is good for which part of your body. Examine an apple carefully the next time you pick it up. It is shaped a bit like a heart. This should help you remember that apples are good for your heart, and the rest of your body. With your arms out, you stand in the shape of a 5-pointed star; apples are one of the foods that target the entire body.

Apples help protect your joints. Very few people get arthritis in areas of the world where fruits and vegetables make up a large part of the diet. Pair an apple with other boron-rich foods like a few tablespoons of peanut butter and a large handful of raisins. This will not only make for a delicious snack, but you will make your joints happy too!

Your lungs are assaulted every day by cigarette smoke, pollution, pollen and other air-borne nasties. You may also from asthma, emphysema or a similar lung condition. If all you want to do is take a deep breath, then grab an apple; apples are lung food!

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