Studies: Apples could have tumor-fighting properties

Apples have more nutrients than originally thought and may contain many benefits found in exotic fruits being marketed for their antioxidant content, according to studies at Cornell University's Department of Food Science. A unique combination of phytochemicals mainly found in the apple's peel slow tumor growth in animals and in cell cultures, the studies reveal.

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