ApplesThe apple, as a fruit, contains between 83 and 93 % water.
Nutritional Information about the Apple: apple is also known to contain free and combined organic acids , pectin's , proteins , Ca, Na, Fe, K, P and in small quantities Si ,Al , S, Co etc.
Apples also contain Vitamins A, B, C and PP in the exterior part of the fruit. Very important is the fact that the skin of the apple contains two times the quantity of Pentatonic acids and vitamin C than in the pulp.
Because of its moderate acidity it helps the digestive system, provoking trough reflex act an important growth of saliva and gastric secretions.
At the nervous system level they have a calming action, being known the fact that an apple eaten before bed helps and eases the sleep.
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