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There’s a famous expression that "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" or that "An apple a day keeps the bad guys away," -- this is an expression which basically means that apples are good for you, and that if you eat one every day, you will stay healthy.
While this expression is what is called "folk wisdom," as anyone who lives in the country will tell you and easily prove to you, there is a lot of real science in what is called "folk wisdom."
Today, with modern science, it is possible to basically "test" so-called folk wisdom, and in the case of apples and apricots, science has proven that the folk wisdom here is right.
Apples are rich in vitamins A and B1. They also contain several minerals, including the all important elements of calcium, phosphorous, potassium, and even sodium.
Apples, when eaten regularly, can also lower a person’s cholesterol. Amazingly, apples actually help remove truly poisonous elements from your body such as the metals lead and mercury.
If you smoke, anything, apples are also very good for you and highly recommended. They not only help clean you lungs out, but they also can increase your immune system.
Apricots are not native to Europe. Originally, they came from China. Apricots are rich in vitamin A and potassium, copper and cobalt.
As with everything, these foods should be consumed in moderation. When a woman is pregnant for example, reducing consumption of apricots is recommended. If you have diarrhea, you should avoid eating apricots during this time as well.
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Key Article Words in English
calcium = vápník
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