Surprising Side Effects of Eating Peaches

A 2013 study found that higher consumption of anthocyanidins and flavonoids, pigments abundant in peaches, were associated

1. Reduce your risk of heart disease

with higher levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) or "good" cholesterol & reduced serum triglyceride levels, respectively,both of which are associated with reduced heart disease risk.

A 2014 study found in peaches may reduce the growth and metastasis of MDA-MB-435 breast cancer cells. In fact, the study's authors found that

2. Reduce breast cancer growth

consumption of just two to three peaches per day may have a beneficial effect in limiting this type of cancer cells' growth.

Try adding some peaches to your menu.A medium peach packs two grams of dietary fiber, hich can help get your digestion moving again in no time.

3. improve your digestion

You don't have to load up on dairy to keep your bones strong—adding some peaches to your regular routine might just do the trick. A single peach packs approximatly

4. Reduce your risk of osteoporosis

six percent of your recommended daily value of potassium, sufficient levels of which a 2020 study found to be beneficial for bone health and reducing osteoporosis risk.

Peaches are a rich source of vitamin C, packing approximately six milligrams of the nutrient per fruit.According to a study among a group of 57 older adults

5. improve symptoms of respiratory illnesses

with bronchitis or pneumonia, patients given vitamin C supplementation "fared significantly better" than those given a placebo.


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