Daily digestion of apples can improve digestive health, reduce oxidative stress and result in healthier sebum production.
Apples provide a moderate serving of fruit sugar, have a fiber content and contain unique acids which can boost your metabolism. Apples are a significant part of the human diet worldwide and are one of the main source of fruit phenolics and flavonoids .
Some of the most popular apple varieties include:
- Granny smith
- Pink lady
- Golden delicious
- Royal gala
Regular consumption of apples has been linked to:
- Cancer prevention 
- Reduced chance of cardiovascular disease 
- Improved glucose tolerance and lower risk of diabetes [7, 8]
- Decreased chance of asthma and improve lung health 
- Improved gut health]
Why It’s Important for Inflammatory Skin Disease
Characteristics most important for individuals affected by inflammatory skin disorders:
- Improved blood sugar control
- Increased antioxidant availability
- Improved gut health
- Balanced sebum production
- Improved sebum composition and stability
Ideas for Integration
Integrating apples into your diet is fairly straightforward. However, if your not used to eating this fruit, good times to eat can be in the morning, prior to lunch and prior to dinner. Having cues is a good way to build a new habit.