Nutrition Values per 100g serving contain Folates: 3μg; Niacin: 0.091mg; Pantothenic Acid: 0.061mg; Pyridoxine: 0.041mg; Riboflavin: 0.026mg; Thiamin: 0.017mg; Vitamin A: 54IU; Vitamin C: 4.6mg; Vitamin E: 0.18mg; Vitamin K: 2.2µg; Sodium: 1mg; Potassium: 107mg; Calcium: 6mg; Iron: 0.12mg; Magnesium: 5mg; Phosphorus: 11mg; Zinc: 0.04mg; Carotene-β: 27μg and Crypto-Xanthin-β: 11μg; Lutein-Zeaxanthin: 29μg. Green Apples are rich in antioxidant phytonutrients flavonoids, polyphenolics and good quantities of vitamin-C and β-carotene which helps the body develop resistance against infectious agents and harmful free radicals. It is an excellent food for weight loss as well as for lowering cholesterol. They are high in fiber, which moderates blood sugar levels and promotes colon health. Green Apples are an ideal source of B-complex vitamins such as riboflavin, thiamin, and pyridoxine (vitamin B-6) which help as co-factors for enzymes in metabolism as well as in various synthetic functions inside the human body.
How to use
Place Green Apples in a plastic bag in the fridge to help retain moistness and stop shriveling. Store between −1° and 1 °C (30 to 34 °F).
Preparation and usage
Wash Green Apples thoroughly in the running water to remove any surface dust, insecticide or fungicide sprays. Trim off its top end using a paring knife, and cut the fruit into two halves. Take out tiny, centrally placed, bitter seeds. Slice the fruit into desirable cubes or slices.
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