Peaches, Plums, Nectarines, Apples




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The following, a report that an unknown
volume of ingestion of peaches, plums,
and/or nectarines potentially may lessen
the chances of one becoming obese, devel-
oping cardiovascular disease, and getting
Cellosis (old name: type 2 diabetes) only
in the type of Cellosis in which obesity is
a contributing causal factor.

The study, funded by the California Tree
Fruit Agreement, The California Plum Board,
the California Grape and Tree Fruit League
and the Texas Department of Agriculture.

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June 18, 2012
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/06/120618132921.htm
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away?

The following, only tested in mice, found
that ursolic acid (found in apple peels) can
(when ingested in unmentioned amounts)
do the following (quote from the article
[with an insert, not part of the article,
included in brackets]:

?Our study suggests that ursolic acid
increases skeletal muscle and brown fat
leading to increased calorie burning,
which in turn protects against diet-
induced obesity, ... [PreCellosis], and
fatty liver disease,? ... ?Brown fat is
beneficial and people are trying to
figure out ways to increase it. At this
point, we don?t know how ursolic acid
increases brown fat, or if it increases
brown fat in healthy mice. And, most
importantly, we don?t know if ursolic
acid will benefit people. Our next step
is to determine if ursolic acid can help
patients.?

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June 23, 2012
http://news.yourolivebranch.org/2012/06/23/apple-skin/
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