Intake of whole apples or clear apple juice has contrasting effects on plasma lipids in healthy volunteers.

@article{RavnHaren2013IntakeOW,
  title={Intake of whole apples or clear apple juice has contrasting effects on plasma lipids in healthy volunteers.},
  author={Gitte Ravn-Haren and Lars Ove Dragsted and Tine Buch-Andersen and Eva Naper Jensen and Runa I Jensen and M{\'a}ria N{\'e}meth-Balogh and Brigita Paulovicsov{\'a} and Anders Bergstr{\"o}m and Andrea Wilcks and Tine Rask Licht and Jarosław Markowski and Susanne B{\"u}gel},
  journal={European journal of nutrition},
  year={2013},
  volume={52 8},
  pages={1875-89}
}
PURPOSE Fruit consumption is associated with a decreased risk of CVD in cohort studies and is therefore endorsed by health authorities as part of the '5 or more a day' campaigns. A glass of fruit juice is generally counted as one serving. Fruit may cause protection by affecting common risk factors of CVD. METHODS Apples are among the most commonly consumed fruits and were chosen for a comprehensive 5 × 4 weeks dietary crossover study to assess the effects of whole apples (550 g/day), apple… CONTINUE READING
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