Apples are a popular fruit, containing antioxidants,
vitamins, dietary fiber, and a range of other nutrients. Apples come in a
variety of shapes, colors, and flavors and provide a range of nutrients that
can benefit many different aspects of a person’s health.
Often called a "miracle food" and a "nutritional powerhouse,"
an apple a day really may keep the doctor away as they're one of the healthiest
foods a person can eat.
Apple Nutrition Facts:
Here are the nutrition facts for one raw, unpeeled,
medium-sized apple (100 grams):
Health Benefits of Apple:
Here are some nutritional highlights:
can help you lose weight
can reduce LDL cholesterol
can improve mental health and intelligence
can prevent heart disease
can help you breathe better
can fight different types of cancer
can prevent diabetes
help bolster the body’s immune system
are potent anti-inflammatory agents
can fight allergies
How to Eat Apple:
the skin of the apple. Wash your apple under running water, and scrub the
outside of the skin with a clean towel to clean it from excess pollen and
dust from the store. Then dig in or start slicing it up.
far the most common way of eating apples is by biting right in and eating
the skin and the flesh of the apple raw.
apple slices make excellent vehicles for dipping and topping, perfect for
an afternoon snack, a quick breakfast, or a fun treat for a child.
cooling down the apple in the fridge for a few hours. It will make it very
pleasant and refreshing snack.
can eat them chopped in salads, baked whole, in pies, pastries, and cakes,
in curries and chutneys, dried in slices, added to smoothies, and as
many varieties of apples, as well as several different ways of consuming them.