Monday, April 6, 2015


photo by Janos Csongor Kerekes

This recent study seemed to suggest the daily apple does not equal less doctor visits.  (Remember, 'an apple a day keeps the doctor away?')  However, once you read the study results more thoroughly it doesn't really confirm a thing!  Obviously health, and doctor visits are a more complex subject than whether we eat an apple each day.  For starters, "the study lacks information on other foods people ate and it isn't rigorous enough to determine whether people who choose to eat apples are healthier or unhealthier than those who don't.  The reason for the doctor visits also isn't included in the study."  news link

Of course I really read the article in the hopes of a 'chocolate is good for you,' revelation.  Void of that exact statement, it clearly wasn't ruled out either.  Hence making the daily candy apple a possibility until further notified, correct? 

Principle in the type:  "The battle for self-discipline may leave you a bit bruised and battered but always a better person.  Self-discipline is a rigorous process at best, too many of us want it to be effortless and painless.  Should temporary setbacks afflict us, a very significant part of our struggle for self-discipline is the determination and the courage to try again."  Thomas S. Monson        

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