The findings don't mean apples aren't good for you but they do underscore that it takes more than just one kind of food to make a healthy diet and avoid illness.
    
About one-third of the adults studied said they had no more than one doctor visit in the previous year; the remainder reported at least two visits.

A preliminary analysis found apple eaters had slightly fewer visits than apple avoiders, those who ate less than one daily or no apples. But that difference disappeared when the researchers considered weight, race, education, health insurance and other factors that can influence frequency of medical visits.

 

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