An apple a day keeps the doctor away

Last week, it was revealed that eating the equivalent of four apples a day can dramatically cut your cholesterol levels.

But that’s not the only incredible health boost the fruit can give you - as a new book by former family doctor DR PENNY STANWAY reveals...

CRAMP
One possible trigger for cramp is a lack of calcium, magnesium, potassium and vitamins B and C, all found in apples. Cider vinegar may also help, as its acidity boosts stomach acids, improving calcium and magnesium absorption.

Action: Mix 2tsp cider vinegar in a glass of water, three times a day. Or mix two 2bsp of vinegar in a cup of warm water, soak a face flannel in this mixture, then put the flannel over the sore muscle and cover with a thick towel.

ASTHMA
The symptoms of asthma - wheezing, coughing and a tight chest - are caused by inflammation and over-sensitivity of the airways. Possible triggers include cold air, exercise, certain foods, infection, weather and allergies.

Source - Daily Mail