Only six months ago, the new scientifically proven, organic dried apple peel powder (DAPP) AppleActiv Organic was introduced as a new ingredient into the marketplace.
The powder is unique because it is a concentrated supply of the antioxidants, polyphenols and flavonoids found in apple peels. Better yet, the powder is created from apple peels that had traditionally been discarded, so this promotes sustainability.
Apple peels contain up to six times more nutrients than the flesh does. By converting apple peels into powder form, an ingredient is created that is ideal for use in nutrition bars, shakes and drinks, smoothies, snacks, marinades, mixes and supplements.
According to a 12-week clinical study done on healthy people with moderate complaints of reduced joint range of motion and also discomfort, researchers found that when subjects consumed Organic DAPP (Dried Apple Peel Powder), they noticed an improved range of motion, reduced joint discomfort, and they noticed improved serum antioxidant proactive status.
The study evaluated healthy people with moderate complaints of reduced joint range of motion (ROM) in well-defined areas, and associated chronic discomfort were selected for the study. The subjects consumed 4.5 grams DAPP daily for 12 weeks, with evaluations at baseline, 2, 4, 8, and 12 weeks. Each evaluation included measurements of:
The results were:
Participants on DAPP experienced a statistically significant reduction in joint pain after 4 weeks, and highly significant results after 12 weeks.
Clinical study reference:
GS Jensen, et al., 13, Consumption of dried apple peel powder increases joint function and range of motion. (Manuscript pending publication.)
AppleActiv™ Organic Leahy DAPP™ (dried apple peel powder) has no preservatives, artificial colors, dyes or additives, and it is certified organic, NON-GMO and Kosher.
A recent study by the British Medical Journal showed that 8,500 vascular deaths could be prevented or delayed by either eating one apple a day, or by taking a Cholesterol-reduction drug, or a statin, each day.
Eating apples and taking statins have a similar result on vascular health. However, the study added that “choosing apples rather than statins may [also help] avoid more than a thousand excess cases of myopathy and more than 12,000 excess diabetes diagnoses.”
“We find that a 150 year old proverb is able to match modern medicine and is likely to have fewer side effects,” the study stated in regards to the adage that ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away.’