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Created on September 17, 2023
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Presentation about apple
13.Curious facts about apples
12.Why is an apple the logo of APPLE
11.Are apples good for your teeth
10.Can apple seeds kill you
9.What is the most consumed apple itw
8.Why is apple the healthiest fruit
7.Why are apples expensive in London
6.When were apples discovered
5.Do apples really extend your life
4.Why are apples healthy
3.How did the first apple looked
2.The origin of apples
1.How apples are grown
HOW APPLES ARE GROWN
They are usually either grown in an open site, such as in a lawn, or trained flat against a wall or fence.(an espalier is the tree that is trained against a wall)
THE ORIGIN OF APPLES
Apples originated in Kazakhstan, in central Asia east of the Caspian Sea. in Alma Ata, the capital of Kazakhstan, which it means “full of apples.” (By 1500 BC apple seeds were been carried throughout Europe).
(Thats one of the first apples)
HOW DID THE FIRST APPLE LOOKED
The modern apple's ancestor looks relatively similar to what we can find in supermarkets today. But the taste has changed over the years.
Apples are a good source of fiber and vitamin C. They also contain antioxidants, like vitamin E, and polyphenols, contrib uting to the fruit's numerous health benefits.
(The phytochemicals and fiber in apples have antioxidant effects that may protect a cell's DNA from oxidative damage, which is a precursor to cancer)
Why are apples so healthy
and also They found that women who ate an apple every day had a 35 per cent lower risk of dying than those who did not eat apples at all.
Adding apples to your diet can reduce your risk of heart disease or cancer, the top two leading causes of death in the United States.Apples may also help prevent cancer.
DO APPLES REALLY EXTEND YOUR LIFE
WHEN WERE APPLES DISCOVERED
WHEN WERE APPLES DISCOVERED
Approximately 750,000 years ago: early Paleolithic food gatherers in Kazakhstan, central Asia, discovered sour crab apples growing wild in the forest. Approximately 8,000 years ago: Neolithic farmers in Asia cultivated wild apples. 1300 BC: Egyptians began planting orchards along the Nile.
WHY ARE APPLES EXPENSIVE IN LONDON
In conclusion, the rise in fruit and veg prices in the UK is the result of a complex interplay of factors, including climate change, currency fluctuations, the increasing popularity of organic and plant-based diets, labour shortages, and changes in consumer preferences.
WHY ARE APPLES THE HEALTHIEST FRUIT
They're rich in fiber and antioxidants. Eating them is linked to a lower chance of getting many chronic conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Apples may also promote weight loss and improve gut and brain health.
Probabbly the most consumed apple to anyone, is the Red Delicious apple is still a top-seller for a reason:"If you pick a [Red Delicious apple] off the tree when it was ripe, you'd say 'wow, this is just about the best apple I've ever tasted.
What is the most consumed apple itw
Apple seeds contain amygdalin, which is a cyanogenic glycoside composed of hydrocyanic acid and sugar. When amygdalin is absorbed by the body, it disintegrates into HCN, otherwise known as hydrogen cyanide. HCN is highly poisonous and can result in death within a few minutes if enough seeds are consumed.
apple seeds can indeed be poisonous, but it takes quite a few of them to kill you and only if they have been crushed.
CAN APPLE SEEDS pioson you
Apples have been commonly recommended as a means of cleaning the teeth after eating because they stimulate an alkaline saliva flow that neutralizes the acids produced in dental plaque after carbohydrate ingestion
Apples are good for your teeth because they promote saliva production and provide essential vitamins and antioxidants. However, the downside to apples is the natural acid and sugar content, which contribute to tooth decay.
ARE APPLES GOOD FOR YOUR TEETH
The first logo was created by Ronald Wayne, one of which co-founded Apple in the early days in 1976, who wanted to represent the law of gravity that is inspired by an apple. The first image to represent the computer company was Isaac Newton, the man who revolutionised science with his discoveries on gravity.
why is an apple the logo for apple
6.Apples Are 25% Air.
5.Apples Are High in Fiber.
4.Apple Pie is Not American.
3.Apples Contain Malic Acid.
2.Over 2,500 Varieties of Apples are Grown in the United States.
1.Apples Make Up Half of the World's Deciduous Fruit Tree Production.
CURIOUS FACTS ABOUT APPLES