Apples are low in calories, high in fiber, and even have a small amount of caffeine, making them a great snack. Compounds called polyphenols in apples are also linked with promoting a healthier immune system, reducing your risk for stroke, high cholesterol, and cardiovascular disease. Plus, there are so many varieties available year-round, offering more versatility and flavor pairings for everything from salads to steaks, Zeratsky says. Try baking them with a little cinnamon for a tasty, comfort food-type dessert, she adds.
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