What happens if I eat too many apples?

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Health risks "Eating apples in excess will not cause many side effects," Flores said. "But as with anything eaten in excess, apples may contribute to weight gain." Furthermore, apples are acidic, and the juice may damage tooth enamel.Dec 12, 2018
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