“An apple a day keeps the doctor away”.
Fruits are a wonderful gift from God, they are beneficial for our health and guarantee the body with natural sources of vitamins and minerals.
- The peel of an apple is important, it contains various vitamins such as:
- vitamin A 53 IU /Vitamin C 4.6 mg/ Vitamin E 0.2 mg.
- 100 grams of apples contains:
- 13.7 grams of carbohydrates.
- 0.3 grams of protein.
- 0.2 grams of fat (almost no fat)
- calcium 6 mg.
- Apples contain more than 85 % of the water that consists of these minerals:
- Phosphorus zinc.
- Potassium 106 mg.
- Magnesium 5 mg.
In addition, this miracle fruit provides the body with an equilibrium composition of vitamins and minerals. It nourishes the skin, prevents wrinkles, helps weight loss, and prevents cholesterol.
Apple Benefits for Health
- Apple gives freshness to your face and vitality to your body.
- Chewing an apple increase the excretion of saliva on your mouth that prevents tooth decay, it makes your teeth whiter and gets rid of bad breath.
- Apple fruit is effective to protect the body from cancer especially the apple peel that is rich in vitamins that renovate the skin cells.
- Apples are rich in vitamin c that strengthen the body’s immunology and reduce the risk of diabetes because it preserves the insulin and blood sugar levels.
- Eating apples reduce blood cholesterol between 7% up to 10 % to protect the body from the diseases caused by cholesterol.
- Apples are a water-rich fruit and low in calorie density and pectin that helps lose weight.
Apple Benefits For Skin
- Apple cider vinegar helps get rid of germs and bacteria, also reduces oily secretions on the face.
- Reduce puffiness and dark circles under the eyes
- Treat dandruff: mix apple cider vinegar with water and rinse your hair with it after shampoo.
- Apple juice is effective to clean up the skin from dust and hydrates it.
- It reduces aging, acne, and eliminates impurities.
- Vitamin A and vitamin C in apples increase collagen production that renews skin cells and protects the skin from UV radiation damage.