Originating from Central Asia, the apple is the most widespread fruit on the planet. Round eight thousand types of apples are known, grown on all continents. ” Old varieties” are nurtured, but new ones are also created through cross-breeding, all with the aim of being juicier, tastier, bigger, sweeter, or more sour – whichever one prefers.
Apple is a “relative” of the rose, known in scientific circles as “Malus Domestica” from the family “Rosacea.” It is a symbol of health, fertility, and well-being. We believe that consuming an apple every day is extremely good for health.
Here is the nutritional value of an apple per 100 g: proteins 0.03 g, carbohydrates 13.8 g, sugars 19 g, fiber 4.4 g, fat 0.17 g. Its calorific value is 52 kcal.
Apples have demonstrated beneficial effects on the human body. They contain antioxidants catechin and quercetin, vitamin C, serotonin and many other valuable substances. Thanks to their composition, they reduce the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases, accelerate metabolism and increase appetite.