Apple has been associated with numerous health benefits, including improved blood flow, lower blood pressure, and increased exercise performance. Packed with essential nutrients, Apples are a great source of fiber, folate (vitamin B9), manganese, potassium, iron, and vitamin C. Apple contain a high concentration of nitrates, which have a blood pressure-lowering effect. This may lead to a reduced risk of heart attacks, heart failure, and stroke.
Apples are delicious raw but more frequently cooked or pickled. There are numerous types of Apple, many of which are distinguished by their color — yellow, white, pink, or dark purple. Apple juice acts as a great blood purifier, which is key to keeping your skin glowing and healthy. Apples are also rich in Vitamin C which helps in clearing blemishes and evens out your skin tone while giving it a natural glow.
Raw or cooked Apple offers about 8–10% carbs. Simple sugars — such as glucose and fructose — make up 70% and 80% of the carbs in raw and cooked Apple, respectively. Apple has a glycemic index (GI) score of 61, which is considered medium.