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AN APPLE A DAY

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“If antioxidant, cholesterol-lowering, weight-reducing actions are not enough, it appears that apples will reduce inflammation as well.”

The apple tree (species Malus domestica belonging to the Rosaceae or rose family) is one of the most widely grown domesticated trees. It’s believed to have originated in western Asia but there are now more than 7500 cultivars of this deciduous tree grown around the world and more than 69 million tonnes of apples are produced every year. The most common varieties in Australia are Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Pink Lady and Jonathan.

Autumn is really the harvesting season for apples but with the varieties available in Australia the season can run from January to early July. That’s when to have apples if you want them fresh and at

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