We all need fiber in our diets, but when we have consumed too much, Poon says it can lead to digestive issues, including bloating and constipation.
Because apples are high in carbohydrates, they may provide an energy burst before or after working out. You may also experience a lift in your mood
according to nutrition expert and author Dr. Josh Axe, D.N.M., C.N.S. However, he says if you have too many apples, you could notice some blood sugar fluctuations and experience the symptoms of hanger
"The pesticide diphenylamine is a chemical commonly found on apples which are banned by the European Union because it is a potential carcinogen
However, the number of apples that would need to be consumed in order for these chemicals to actually have a negative effect on your body would be an incredibly high number.
Because apples are full of healthy carbohydrates that give our body the fuel it needs to move, groove, and digest, many health experts, including Stephanie Mansour
recommend them to their clients. However, when we have more than one or two a day, it could cause us to gain weight or struggle to lose weight.
Because apples are acidic, Mansour eating too many might damage your teeth more than certain sodas.
"As long as you don't go overboard and stick to about one apple a day, you shouldn't have to worry too much about your teeth," she says.
Every food is assigned a ranking based on how much sugar it contains and how difficult that sugar is to digest.
Poon says apples rank high, and usually, they're not recommended for people who experience frequent bloating, gas, or digestive discomfort.