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Now, a new study from Cornell shows that apple polyphenols are also anti-metastatic- they seem to prevent cancers from spreading. This is a crucial finding for those at risk for breast cancer, as well as survivors of disease.
Can I Just Eat More Apples?
In nearly all available studies, highest benefit from apple polyphenols comes with highest intake. The Cornell scientists said highest benefit was seen in rats eating "human equivalent" of six apples a day.
There is no question that phytochemicals in apples are good for you. And one way to get more of them is to substantially increase number of apples in your diet. But there's a problem...
Aside from difficulty and expense of eating that many apples (42 apples a week), there is another important health issue- pesticides. Apples are one of "dirtiest" foods in U.S. when it comes to pesticides.
A Perfect Solution?
If you or someone you love is at risk for breast cancer, you need to know answers to these three questions:
1. How many different pesticides are lurking in your apples?
2. Does washing fruit take care of problem? (This one may shock you.)
3. How can you get these apple phytochemicals with zero risk of pesticides?
Get answers by clicking link at end of this article now...
David L. Kern is a researcher and publisher of New Health & Longevity, a newsletter devoted to the latest advances in medical nutritional science. Get the full story on this new health discovery now at http://www.applepoly.com/preventbreastcancer