To a certain extent, yes. Eating fresh, whole foods is one of the best ways to stay healthy both inside and out. I’ve always been told that the fruits and vegetables with the deepest colors, such as spinach and cherries, have more nutritional content than those that with less color. Apples, the red ones in particular, are rich in antioxidants and high in fiber.
While the apple is by no means a miracle fruit, it is definitely a low-calorie snack that fits into a healthy diet. Have one with crackers, nuts, and cheese as an energy-packed lunch.
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The phrase is an old adage, and an example of one of thousands of English idioms. Idioms are short phrases that are often contradictory, and whose literal meaning is different than the actual definition.
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