In conclusion, Irish apple juice and real Irish cider have bioactive PL compounds with potent antiplatelet and anti-inflammatory properties, and fermentation is an important factor in modulating their lipid composition, structure and bioactivity. Useful anti-inflammatory and antiplatelet properties of bioactive compounds from apple juice and Irish cider. Useful antiplatelet and anti-inflammatory properties of bioactive compounds from apple juice and Irish cider. LPs from apple juice with low tannins showed the strongest antiplatelet effects against PAF and ADP whereas LPs from fermented cider were less active. However, bioactive lipid compounds in apple juice and apple cider have not been previously studied. In providing the information contained herein, we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, alleviating or preventing disease or illness of any type. It is recommended that you seek the advice of a licensed health care professional before undergoing any natural, integrative or conventional treatment.