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[Warning] Could APPLES Be Turning DEADLY?

How many times have you heard this expression? 

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away!”

When we were kids, we even brought our teachers apples to keep them healthy. 

But apples sure aren’t what they used to be. 

In fact, new research shows that certain strains of apples could be giving you CANCER.

Here’s EXACTLY what you need to do to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.  

If you’re not already eating organic apples, it’s time to start. 

Because the non-organic kinds have become too dangerous.  

Non-organic apples have been found to contain alarmingly high amounts of cancer-causing pesticides.

Research shows that, on average, each non-organic apple contains the residue of 4.4 pesticides. 

And sometimes at very high concentrations.

Even worse? Most non-organic apples (about 80 percent) are covered in a chemical called diphenylamine.

Diphenylamine is intended to prevent apple skins from developing black or brown patches while in storage or transport.

And the American apple industry and the Environmental Protection Agency claim that it is perfectly safe.

But European regulators disagree.

In fact, European officials don’t believe that diphenylamine is harmless, at all.

You see, European research has found that diphenylamine is linked to cancer. 

In 2014, the European Union placed a restriction on imported apples and pears that have been treated with diphenylamine. 

But, naturally, U.S. government agencies haven’t lifted a finger despite knowing about the diphenylamine risk since the 1970s.

Lots of supermarket apples today are literally loaded with dangerous chemicals that aren’t easily washed off. 

So, it’s more important than ever to buy organic, local fruits and veggies that haven’t been treated with pesticides. 

You’ll spend a little more… but your good health is worth it.  

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health