The apple stands out for its high value in B vitamins, C and E, potassium and fiber. Every 100 grams of apple provides an average of 58 calories.
The apple has beneficial and protective action throughout the digestive mucosa. It is able to overcome all disorders of the digestive tract, from infantile diarrhea of the newborn to certain rebellious abnormalities of the adult intestine. In addition, it helps regulate the nervous system, growth, avoids skin problems and prevents mental fatigue. The apple can further lower the rate of cholesterol in the blood and help in the treatment of rheumatism, gout and arthritis.