Dried Apple Slices

Since ancient times, people around the world have been fond of fruits. According to historians, the apples originate in the cold regions of northern Europe and from there this valuable and useful fruit has been transferred to other parts of the world.

Apple is one of the fruits that was known before other fruits. Human civilization has long been associated with apples. Apple is a sign of love and fertility, friendship, beauty, happiness, health, wisdom, joy, strength and more. Dried apples have many different varieties.

People who eat dried apple slices regularly increase their well-being and prevent many diseases caused by deficiency of vital nutrients.

Not all dried apples are alike. Different sizes, colors, smells and tastes in different varieties determine their use. The nutrients in a dried apple depend on its size, not its type.

Dried apples are rich in vitamins, tannins, minerals and fiber (plant cellulose). The chemical constituents of dried apple fruit vary according to their different breeds.

The benefits of a dried apple are:

Vitamins:

Dried apples contain vitamins that can be very beneficial to the body. Apples contain some vitamins A and C. These vitamins help keep your bones and skin healthy. Apples also contain a lot of B vitamins. These vitamins regulate your body’s natural metabolism and nourish your liver and skin. According to a study by the Linus Pauling Institute, a half-serving contains about 6 percent of the daily vitamin B-6 and 3 percent of the body’s B-5 vitamin. Both of these vitamins help produce the chemicals and neurons needed for brain activity.

Minerals:

Dried apples help with your health because of their minerals. According to the findings of the Linus Pauling Institute, every serving of half a pint of dried apples provides 4% of your daily need for potassium. Potassium is a mineral that is essential for neurons and brain activity. It also has some iron, according to this Institute, half of a dried apple provides, 8% of the daily iron requirement of men and 3% of iron needed by women. The body uses this iron to create new red blood cells. The red blood cells are responsible for delivering oxygen to the cells. In addition, dried apples contain other minerals such as copper, manganese and selenium.

Nutritional value of hundred grams of Dried Apple Slices

  • Fat 300 mg
  • Sodium 87 mg
  • Potassium 450 mg
  • Carbohydrate 66000 mg
  • Fiber 9000 mg
  • Sugar 57000 mg
  • Protein 900 mg

The amount of calories:

243 Cal

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