Those who drink apple juice regularly suffer from asthma less often. The high flavonoid content in the apple strengthens lung functions and thus ensures a lower susceptibility to asthma and many other lung and heart diseases.
What makes the apple so intestinal friendly is the combination of flavonoids, polyphenols and fiber (pectin). Studies show that eating an apple increases the amount of short-chain fatty acids in the intestine, indicating that the intestinal bacteria turned the fiber of the apple into just those fatty acids.
On one hand, apples provide food for the intestinal flora and on the other hand they ensure good regeneration and care of the intestinal mucosa, as the resulting short-chain fatty acids are used by the intestinal mucosal cells as energy suppliers.
at least 25%
ideal drinking temperature:
9 – 11 ° C
saltwater fish, chicken, turkey, pork, as a spritzer after sports
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