Apples, raw, without skin, cooked, boiled

Fun Facts

  1. Apples are high in fiber, vitamin C and various antioxidants. They are also very filling, considering their low calorie content. Studies show that eating apples can have multiple benefits for health.
  2. Raw apples can also be diced and used in salads. Baking apples can go beyond just dessert. Use your baked apples to make a chutney for sandwiches and grilled meats.
  3. One cup of baked apple provides 105 calories, 1 gram of protein and 28 grams of total carbohydrate if left unsweetened. A baked apple is a good source of fiber with 5 grams total, which is 19 percent of the daily target. On the other hand, a serving of baked apple that is sweetened will provide 181 calories, with 84 empty calories. The total carbohydrate count also increases to 47 grams per one-cup serving.
  4. Eating an apple in its natural state, raw and with the skin, provides 95 total calories. A raw apple is not a good source of protein with less than a half a gram per serving. The total carbohydrates in a medium-sized raw apple is 25 grams with 4 grams of fiber. Removing the skin from an apple also removes some of the nutrition.

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