Eat Well


Dating back to 1866, the saying we’re all so familiar with was initially printed as “Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.” Still quite catchy, but is there any truth to it? Can we all just munch on some Granny Smiths or Fujis and be done with it? Obviously no food is a panacea, but apples are hiding a surprising array of talents that should be shouted from the tops of their trees.

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