It's no secret that apples are good for you. New York Apple Association's Registered Dietitian Linda Quinn says apples and exercise are a perfect pair.
Eat an apple after a workout and replenish the carbs and and glycogen, and don't suffer from that after-workout hunger. Quinn says you don't want to skip meals because you'll be more hungry, and you'll wind up eating more in the end.
She recommends taking a look at their brochure on their website to help you reach your exercise goal.
Apples have also been proven to strengthen bones, lower cholesterol, and prevent Alzheimer's.Visit nyapplecountry.com for more information on how apples can improve your workout and your health.