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Organic vs. Non-Organic Apples: Which is Better for Health and Nutrition?

Is it better to peel or not to peel apples? Is organic or inorganic best?

If your intent is to snack healthily, then the apple is hard to go past; or at least you’d think so. But, what about when you throw genetic modification (GMO) and pesticide residue into the equation?

Apples contain a prebiotic which feeds the probiotics – the good bacteria – in the intestine. But can eating them really help you to lose weight?

Many are still reeling from Coronavirus infection which has thrown their immune systems and inflammatory responses into disarray. Which pivotal antioxidant do apples contain which lowers inflammation?

To peel or not to peel? Is organic really healthier? – We probe these and other prevailing apple questions on #VitalSigns with Brendon Fallon.

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