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How Eating Apple Regularly May Be Beneficial To Your Unborn Child During Pregnancy

According to MedicalNewsToday, pregnant women and their unborn children both stand to gain a great deal from eating an apple every day while the women are carrying their babies. Regular consumption of apples has been associated with a reduced risk of asthma and wheezing in offspring. According to the findings of certain studies, eating apples while pregnant is good for the health of an unborn child's lungs.

Apples are an excellent source of a type of antioxidant known as flavonoids as well as other polyphenols, both of which can shield cells from damage caused by free radicals. This increases the lung capacity of the unborn kid and protects them from developing asthma and bronchial hypersensitivity later in life.

Both the mother and her developing child can benefit from the antioxidants and heart-healthy fiber that apples provide. Apples' polyphenols and soluble fiber are responsible for their ability to reduce cholesterol levels, in addition to their ability to lower blood pressure and protect against stroke.

During pregnancy, eating one apple per day is associated with increased risk reduction for both the mother and the unborn child. If your child wheezes or suffers from asthma, it is in your best interest to seek medical advice as soon as possible.

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