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    What's the most healthiest apple to eat?

    What is the most healthiest apple to include eating in your diet (mcintosh, fuji, green apple, etc.)?
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    theyre all good, look up specific nutrition information on each and decide for yourself, however they will all be relatively the same.
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    People , apples are great eat a variety of them, and don't stress over eating fruit please
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    Originally Posted by Crusher80 View Post
    What is the most healthiest apple to include eating in your diet (mcintosh, fuji, green apple, etc.)?
    fuji has more fiber
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    Originally Posted by Unknown_Ninja View Post
    fuji has more fiber
    And inferior taste to golden delicious and granny smith...
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    Originally Posted by 2 D View Post
    And inferior taste to golden delicious and granny smith...
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    Originally Posted by Crusher80 View Post
    What is the most healthiest apple to include eating in your diet (mcintosh, fuji, green apple, etc.)?
    Some are better than others when it comes to nutritional value... and whatever you choose, eat the peel - pesticides and all

    Check this out - Eat your Apples, but...

    http://www.applepolyphenols.com/studies/varieties.htm
    http://onhealth.webmd.com/script/mai...ticlekey=56165
    Polyphenol Champ

    There wasn't a bad apple in the bunch, and the peels had many more antioxidants than the flesh. Here are the rankings for flesh phenol content:
    Red Delicious
    Northern Spy
    Ida Red
    Cortland
    McIntosh
    Golden Delicious
    Mutsu
    Empire

    Red Delicious apples had more than twice as many polyphenols as Empire apples, the study shows.

    What about Gala, Granny Smith, Pink Lady, Jonagold, Fuji, and other apple varieties? They weren't in the running. Tsao's team studied apples that are popular in Canada, not the U.S. All of the apples came from the same farm and were grown under the same conditions.
    http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/hort/fq/
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    A wide range in antioxidant content among different apple cultivars has also been found (Boyer and Liu, 2003/04). Fuji had the highest level of flavonoids, followed by Delicious, Northern Spy, Fortune, Gala, Liberty, Rome Beauty, Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Idared, Cortland, and Empire in decreasing order. Fuji also had the highest level of phenolics, followed by Delicious, Gala, Liberty, Northern Spy, Golden Delicious, Rome Beauty, Fortune, Jonagold, Idared, Cortland, and Empire in decreasing order. Similarly, MacLean, Murr, and DeEll (2003) showed that the antioxidant capacity of Empire was half that of Delicious apples.

    Lee, Rupasinghe, and Jackson (2004) investigated the major phenolic profiles of eight Ontario-grown apple cultivars and found that the total antioxidant capacity, total phenols content, and flavonoids levels were the highest in Honeycrisp and Delicious, moderate in Idared, Spartan, Granny Smith, and Cortland, and the lowest in Crispin and Empire. Furthermore, apple peel contained 2 to 10-fold higher levels than the core and flesh tissue.
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    ^^^ I remember seeing a similar study that had fuji's ranked #1... and red delicious towards the bottom... possibly it wasn't phenols though... but something else health related. This was about 20 apples ranked. Maybe I will try to find the study later.

    taste wise I think fuji and pink ladys top the "red" variety.

    In the end... if you are eating apples pretty often you are ahead of most people. They are freakin expensive right now for some reason... would love to add apples back in, maybe when they are cheaper, my main fruits right now are frozen peaches/blueberries/strawberries then bananas, currants, honeydews, mangos and raisins.
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    personally i usually buy Gala or Cameo apples.
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    I would choose Granny Smith, but it seems like none of them matter at all, wouldnt they all reap the same overall end result/beneft?
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    Originally Posted by grapemaster View Post
    taste wise I think fuji and pink ladys top the "red" variety.
    pink lady kicks ass, often they're almost too sweet.
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    I would choose Granny Smith, but it seems like none of them matter at all, wouldnt they all reap the same overall end result/beneft?
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    LOL what apple is healthier? I didn't know (nor do I care if) there was a difference lol
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    I like gala and fuji's all organic of course..
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    granny smith apples or a peach ... lol
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    Originally Posted by hrlykid83 View Post
    I like gala and fuji's all organic of course..
    Mmm. Couldn't word that better. But honestly, I just like a crunchy apple - not a big fan of the ones that don't have a good crunch when you bite into them.
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