Dried apple is rich in…
- Vitamin C
- Anti-inflammatory substances (quercetin, catechin, chlorogenic acid)
- Phenolic acids
- Potassium, iron, manganese, magnesium and phosphorus
- Vegetable fiber
- Anti-inflammatory action
- Assists in controlling cholesterol levels in the bloodstream
- Assists in controlling blood pressure
- They protect against the appearance of cancer
- Assists in maintaining the desirable sugar levels in the bloodstream
- Reinforces digestion
- Assists in weight loss
Nutrition analysis reveals that one micro portion (28gr.) of dried apple without the addition of sugar (in pieces) contains 16 calories, 0 gr. of protein, 4.3 gr. of carbohydrates, 0 gr. of fat and 2.8 gr. of vegetable fiber.
Correspondingly, an equal portion of dried apple (in pieces) with added sugar contains 24 calories, 0 gr. of protein, 5.9 gr. of carbohydrates (of which 5.2 gr. is sugar), 0 gr. of fat and 0.5 gr. of vegetable fiber.
How to eat
You can consume dried apple chunks daily, as a snack mixed with other dried fruit or nuts so as to increase their nutritional value, or by adding them in salads, yogurt as well as homemade cereal bars or even in pastries.