+The origin of apples
Turkey was the beginning of the spread of apples of various kinds in all countries of the world, apples were discovered in 300 BC by Alexander the Great, that is, apples from the very old fruits on the earth
+The nutritional value of apples
Apple contains calories, fiber, sugar, proteins and fats, too. Here are the percentages of these nutritional values within apples per 100 grams :
· Protein content per 100 grams of apple: 0.26 grams
· The proportion of dietary fiber in every hundred grams apple: 2.4 grams
· Percentage of fat per 100 grams of apple: 0.17 grams
· Carbohydrate percentage per 100 grams apple: 13 grams
· Sugar per 100 grams of apple: 10.39 grams
+Benefits of apples for dieting :
Apple is characterized by a special type of fiber called pectin, which works directly to delay the hunger for a longer period of time that reduces the individual’s intake of food without feeling deprived in the diet to lose weight and in a healthy manner .
+Apple benefits of anemia
Apples are very useful for treating anemia, a hemoglobin deficiency in the blood that can increase its rate in the blood if eaten iron rich food such as apples.
+Apple benefits of cancer prevention
According to a study of 10,000 people who eat apples at high rates, this has reduced the risk of lung cancer to 50 percent. Researchers believe this is because apples contain high levels of flavonoids, quercetin and narginine. In another study, Ate one apple a day. This reduced the risk of breast cancer by 17 percent. Those
who ate three apples a day had a 39 percent lower risk of developing breast cancer, while those who fed six apples a day reduced their risk of infection by 44 percent. As for colorectal cancer, a study of rats fed on apple husks found that the risk of colon cancer was reduced to 43 percent. Another study shows that pectin in apples reduces the risk of colon cancer and helps maintain the digestive system. Has confirmed that rats who ate apple peel had decreased their rate of liver cancer to 57%.
+ Benefits of apples for teeth
Eating apples helps teeth and gums clean it reduces the incidence of cavities between the teeth, and when dealing with apples, the fiber that it will work to clean your teeth while it has anti-viral properties operate protect teeth from bacteria and viruses.
+Benefits of apples for diabetics
*Polyphenols in apples affect digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, which in turn improves the regulation of blood sugar.
*A study of 187,382 people found that people who ate three servings of apples a week were 7 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who did not.