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  1. Apple nutrition facts
  2. Apple health benefits
  3. Apples for oral health
  4. Apple benefits for heart
  5. Apple for cholesterol
  6. Apple for diabetes
  7. Apple anticancer properties
  8. Apple benefits for respiratory system
  9. Apple benefits for stomach
  10. Apple benefits for brain
  11. Apple boosts energy
  12. Apple benefits for skin
  13. Apple for weight loss
  14. Apple side effects
  15. Takeaway

References

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