Warding off heart disease. The juice works by delaying the breakdown of so-called bad cholesterol, known as low-density lipoprotein (LDL), which forms fatty deposits inside artery walls, increasing the risk of a deadly blood clot.
US scientists who looked at the effects of apple juice in 25 volunteers found three-quarters of a pint a day had a dramatic effect on the breakdown of LDL.What's in it?
Salicylic acid and other phytonutrients - naturally occurring plant chemicals that stop LDL from oxidising and damaging blood vessels.
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